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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.
Richard Nixon Factfile (1947-68)
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Richard Nixon Factfile (1947-68)

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Concise, detailed and easy to deliver - this one shot study guide places Nixon in context (ideal for using just before the study of Watergate or the Nixon years in general). It contains: Nixon’s outlook Feuding with Kennedy brothers His political career and calculations until 1968
Hitler and Hjalmar Schacht fact file
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Hitler and Hjalmar Schacht fact file

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This is a quick to use fact file resource showing the main economic beliefs and disagreements between Hitler and his finance minister Hjalmar Schacht. It is ideal for history students studying Nazi Germany who want to access a deeper level of understanding about the economic policies that were introduced in the Third Reich.
The Washington Conferences Study Notes
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The Washington Conferences Study Notes

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These notes are an easy and accessible guide to the Washington Naval Conference and its significance. These notes for students explore: The significance of the Washington Naval Conference and its implications for arms and the future of China. The rise of America as a world power during the 1920s.
The Red Summer 1919 Study Notes
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The Red Summer 1919 Study Notes

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This accessible and detailed study guide to the race riots in the USA during 1919 explains: The economic causes of the riots The relationship between the First World War and the riots Reasons for government inaction Key events during the riots The Haynes Report into the causes of the riots
Jim Crow Study Guide
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Jim Crow Study Guide

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This accessible and detailed resource details: The origins of the Jim Crow laws The culture of Jim Crow in the south The role of churches and science in enabling segregation Examples of discrimination and segregation Plessy vs Ferguson 1896
The Ho Chi Minh Trail Worksheet
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The Ho Chi Minh Trail Worksheet

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How did several hundred miles of winding track through mountainous and jungle terrain defeat the might of the US military? This clear and concise study resource explains the origin, development and role of the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the Vietnam War.
Causes of the Russian Revolution Part Two
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Causes of the Russian Revolution Part Two

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How did Russia’s peasants, workers and emerging middle class make the Russian empire unstable by the eve of the First World War? This resource explains in detailed but concise terms exactly what impact Russia’s changing social order had on the Tsar’s regime.
Kristallnacht Study Notes
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Kristallnacht Study Notes

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A super accessible and easy to use set of study notes on Kristallnacht, for GCSE and A level, featuring: The long term causes of the anti Jewish pogrom and the aims of the Nazis. Details on the Aryanization of Jewish businesses Responses of ordinary Germans to the attack.
Super Simple Start of the Korean War Fact File
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Super Simple Start of the Korean War Fact File

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These Super simple Start of the Korean War notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. The Korean War can be a challenging topic but this fact file helps to create a scaffold of learning for students who are improving their knowledge gradually.
Harper's Ferry Study Guide
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Harper's Ferry Study Guide

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This is an accessible and detailed set of study notes on John Brown’s ill fated raid on the federal armoury at Harper’s Ferry. It explores: Brown’s early life and career Brown’s war in Kansas The planning of the raid The trial of John Brown The contribution of the raid to the outbreak of the American Civil War
Hitler's rise to power master bundle
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Hitler's rise to power master bundle

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This package contains 21 resources from 1918 to 1933 charting the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis to power. It explores: The end of the First World War The German revolution The problems of Weimar Republic’s ‘golden years’ The impact of the great depression Hitler’s government and terror state after 1933 Hitler’s economic and propaganda policies. In this package there are handouts, lesson exercises and lesson starters, links to my specially recorded podcasts and a lesson powerpoint on the German revolution.
Hitler and the First World War Study Guide
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Hitler and the First World War Study Guide

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This accessible and detailed study guide explains the events of Hitler’s service in the First World War and is the second part of a sequence of three resources on Hitler’s early years before 1923. It explores: Hitler’s motivations in going to war. Hitler’s war record. The impact of the armistice on Hitler. The significance of the war in understanding the development of Nazism.
Super simple French Revolution 1789 notes for lower ability learners
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Super simple French Revolution 1789 notes for lower ability learners

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These Super simple French Revolution 1789 notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. The French Revolution can be complex for any level of ability so here is a simple and accessible background to the events of the French Revolution.
Super simple France in 1789 notes for lower ability learners
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Super simple France in 1789 notes for lower ability learners

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These Super simple France in 1789 notes for lower ability learners are ideal for learners who want to improve each lesson but find existing materials barriers not bridges. The French Revolution can be complex for any level of ability so here is a simple and accessible background to France in the revolutionary year 1789.
New Deal Factfile: Father Charles Coughlin
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New Deal Factfile: Father Charles Coughlin

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This quick factfile is an excellent tool for stretching and enhancing knowledge of the New Deal. Coughlin, one of Roosevelt’s most outspoken critics, is explored in greater depth here, along with his anti Semitic, anti democratic politics.
Super simple fact file: Nazi Soviet Pact 1939
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Super simple fact file: Nazi Soviet Pact 1939

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An accessible set of quick notes, differentiated for lower ability learners. This explains the reasons for the unprecedented pact between Hitler and Stalin in August 1939 and the diplomatic context that created it.
Big Ideas: Capitalism (study guide)
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Big Ideas: Capitalism (study guide)

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This study guide is designed to give a simple and clear overview of the ideas behind capitalism since the 17th Century. It includes: A definition of capitalism The history of agrarian and mercantile capitalism The progress of capitalism in the 20th Century The development of neoliberalism Capitalism and inequality in the 21st Century
Opposition to the New Deal Knowledge Organiser
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Opposition to the New Deal Knowledge Organiser

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This resource is a super simple, streamlined knowledge organiser of the key sources of opposition to Roosevelt’s New Deal. It is designed to complement a lesson on the New Deal and help reinforce knowledge, giving learners a quick outline reference guide to help reinforce knowledge. If you’re passionate about differentiation, assessment for learning and scaffolding, this knowledge organiser is a vital tool in building a great supportive learning process for your students.