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A one stop for all modern history teachers, big on ambition for great lessons and short on time. Find learning resources, lesson starters, factfiles, entire modules and more.

A one stop for all modern history teachers, big on ambition for great lessons and short on time. Find learning resources, lesson starters, factfiles, entire modules and more.
Japan's rise to power 1860-1918 study notes bundle
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Japan's rise to power 1860-1918 study notes bundle

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This comprehensive and in depth bundle gives teachers resources for five lessons and a module handbook to flip-learn from between lessons. It explains in depth the reasons for Japanese development after 1860 and Japan’s successful wars against China and Russia. Includes: Japan Module Handbook, lesson notes on Japan and the USA, Japan and Great Britain, the Sino Japanese War 1894-5, the Russo Japanese War 1905 and Japan and World War One.
American Empire Bundle  1898-1914
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American Empire Bundle 1898-1914

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This resource is an indispensable guide for students to the causes and events of the Spanish American War and America’s annexation of the Panama Canal. It includes lesson notes on: The causes of the Spanish American War The war in Cuba and the Philippines The acquisition of the Panama Canal
Booker T Washington Study Notes
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Booker T Washington Study Notes

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These accessible and easy to understand notes explain: The life of Booker T Washington The philosophy of self help and racial uplift The differing views of Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois Washington’s close relationship with wealthy white philanthropists
Explaining the Russian Revolution: A Student's Guide
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Explaining the Russian Revolution: A Student's Guide

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The Russian Revolution can be one of the hardest subjects at school or college to study, complex ideologies and arguments need to be understood before the actual events of the revolution start to make any sense at all. In this new ten point guide I've condensed everything I have taught on Russia over the past decade into an easy to understand guide, along with two bonus essays at the end. This title is perfect for students who want to understand the revolution and its aftermath or learners who want to master the topic and included in the ebook are in depth answers to the following questions: * What is communism? * Who was Lenin? * What problems did the Tsar face? * Why did the February Revolution happen? * Why did the October Revolution happen? * Why was there a civil war in Russia? * What was the Red Terror? * What happened to Russia's churches? * What was the NEP? * Why did Stalin succeed Lenin?
Morroco Crises Study Guide
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Morroco Crises Study Guide

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This accessible and easy to use study guide explains the causes and consequences of the Morocco Crises and the impact of these on France, Britain and Germany. This resource is ideal for A level students learning about the causes of the First World War and suitable for all examining boards.
Hitler's War Part One
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Hitler's War Part One

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This detailed and accessible resource for GCSE and A level on the opening phase of World War Two. It provides an overview of: The Invasion of Poland The Fall of France The Battle of the Atlantic The Battle of Britain
Tudor Crime and Punishment Study Guide
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Tudor Crime and Punishment Study Guide

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This resource focuses on how the dramatic increase in poverty and vagrancy in the 16th Century was criminalised and punished. If is an easy to use and accessible guide, focusing on: How poverty was treated in Tudor society. How crime was addressed by the Tudors. The results of uprisings against Tudor monarchs.
Lincoln, emancipation and reconstruction study notes
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Lincoln, emancipation and reconstruction study notes

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Three study guides for lesson or homework on the complexities of Lincoln’s approach to emancipation and the challenges of reconstruction after his death. Study notes for three complete lessons covering: Lincoln and Slavery Emancipation proclamation Reconstruction: Part One (1865-68)
The British Empire in the 19th Century Study Notes
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The British Empire in the 19th Century Study Notes

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This worksheet is an introductory outline to Britain’s empire in the 19th Century. It’s a great resource for a lesson framing the 19th Century. It briefly explores: The Atlantic Slave Trade. Britain’s use of colonial troops The power of the Royal Navy
Ku Klux Klan Primary Source Investigation
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Ku Klux Klan Primary Source Investigation

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This is a fully differentiated lesson resource with a potential oral history homework add on. It challenges learners to think reflectively about the place of the KKK in American society in the 1920s. It contains: 3 sources. 9 differentiated questions One oral history source Longer homework focused questions based on oral testimony
The Start of the Spanish Civil War study notes
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The Start of the Spanish Civil War study notes

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This resource is a brief guide to the causes of the Spanish Civil War. It features key information on: Foreign involvement from Nazi Germany and Italy Foreign volunteers in the International Brigades Anglo French neutrality.
Kent State Shootings 1970 Study Notes
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Kent State Shootings 1970 Study Notes

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This is a simple and accessible handout in my Vietnam War series about the Kent State shooting in 1970. The resource: Explores the causes, events and consequences of the shooting. Examine’s Richard Nixon’s attitudes to students and protesters. Explores reasons for the growth in protest throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
Hitler's War Part Three: 1941-42 Study Guide
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Hitler's War Part Three: 1941-42 Study Guide

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These handy, accessible and detailed study notes are designed for students of the Second World War. They explore: The siege of Moscow and Leningrad Germany’s defeat at Stalingrad The battle of El Alamein Hitler’s reasoning America’s entry into the war Hitler’s anti Semitism The impact of Stalingrad on German morale
Causes of the Russian Revolution Part One
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Causes of the Russian Revolution Part One

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This resource is essential at the start of any study of the Russian revolution as it outlines the chaotic nature of Russia in the late 19th Century and the weaknesses of the Tsarist regime. It comes with a source based question at the end and is the first in a series of lesson guides on the revolution.
Victorian Britain Introduction Study Notes
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Victorian Britain Introduction Study Notes

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If you’re starting a study of European empires, Britain or the Victorians this is a great way of framing the discussion and setting the scene. This document will make sure your learners start from a clear and strong perspective; suitable for years 10-12 and higher.
The Paris Peace Conference, Asia and the Middle East Study Notes
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The Paris Peace Conference, Asia and the Middle East Study Notes

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These notes detail how Asia and the Middle East were treated at the Paris Peace Conference 1919. They cover: The creation of Palestine, Transjordan, Mesopotamia and Syria The exploitation of China by Japan Anglo French Imperial goals in Asia and the Middle East The resource comes with essay based questions at the end
Russia's 1905 Revolution Notes
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Russia's 1905 Revolution Notes

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These super accessible and detailed lesson notes for the 1905 Revolution take learners easily through the complex history of the revolt against the Tsar. It gives an overview of: The crisis of Tsardom How the Tsar was saved How the Tsar’s broken promises stored up more trouble for the future
T4 Aktion study guide
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T4 Aktion study guide

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This accessible and detailed study guide explores the Nazi T4 Aktion and mass murder or disabled people in the Third Reich. It examines: The policy of forced sterilisation The widespread acceptance of eugenics around the world in the 1920s and 1930s The origins of the policy The methods employed by the Nazis Opposition to the T4 Aktion
Treaty of Versailles (Paris Peace Conference) student guide and assignment
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Treaty of Versailles (Paris Peace Conference) student guide and assignment

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This resource is a detailed and accessible guide to the Paris Peace Conference focusing on: American involvement in peacemaking British and French goals Punishing Germany Italian resentment at the peace The development of new nations in Europe Reasons for long term instability It includes essay and source based questions.