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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.
Mussolini's Foreign Policy 1922-36
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Mussolini's Foreign Policy 1922-36

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This detailed but accessible resource focuses on the following key issues: Mussolini and the Locarno Pact and his relations with Britain and France. Mussolini’s ambitions The Rome Berlin Axis Mussolini’s policy towards Abyssinia and Spain
Chinese Civil War PT1 Study Guide
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Chinese Civil War PT1 Study Guide

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These accessible and detailed study notes focus on the Chinese Civil War in its early stages from July 1945-June 1946. It details: Mao’s relationship with Stalin. The USA’s relationship with Chiang Stalin and Manchuria The Chongquing Conference
The Dreadnought Arms Race Handout
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The Dreadnought Arms Race Handout

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This detailed and accessible resource on the imperial rivalries and naval arms race between Britain and Germany is designed to help learners understand a key factor in the causes of the First World War. Ideal for Ideal for AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC papers on the causes of the First World War.
Hitler's Anti Jewish Laws 1933-35
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Hitler's Anti Jewish Laws 1933-35

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This is a detailed resource for GCSE and A level focusing on the initial policies towards the Jews across Germany 1933-35. It explores the role of the SA in boycotting Jewish shops It examines what is known of Hitler’s intentions and motivations It examines the motivations for the Nuremberg Laws in 1935
Medieval Crime and Punishment
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Medieval Crime and Punishment

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This super accessible guide to crime and punishment after 1066 features: How land was owned and how poachers and trespassers were punished. Why ordinary people broke the law and rebelled against their rulers. How the Normans and Plantagenets controlled the land and people.
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.
The Bosnian Crisis 1908 Study Guide
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The Bosnian Crisis 1908 Study Guide

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Accessible and easy to use study notes on the Bosnian Crisis 1908, ideal for A level. This resource explains: The importance of Bosnia to Austria The impact of declining Ottoman power The consequences of Austria’s actions
Thirteenth Amendment Study Notes
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Thirteenth Amendment Study Notes

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This is a clear, concise and super accessible guide to the 13th Amendment of the Constitution, abolishing slavery. It explains to students: *The problems with the Constitution of 1788 *The reasons for the passing of the amendment *The methods used by southern states to subvert the amendment *The use of prison labour as a result of the amendment’s wording
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.
Stalin and Collectivisation
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Stalin and Collectivisation

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In the early 1930s Stalin began to remove private land and livestock from the USSR’s peasants, resulting in one of the most disastrous famines in Russian and Ukrainian history. This resource: Explains the ideological causes of collectivisation Examines the economic pressures on the USSR Evaluates different theories about the famine
Black Soldiers in World War One
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Black Soldiers in World War One

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This accessible and detailed study guide helps learners to understand in depth: The motivations of black men in joining the US Army in 1917 The treatment of black soldiers by the US Army The treatment of black soldiers by French civilians and soldiers during the war The expectations and experiences of black American soldiers returning to the USA
Russia and the First World War
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Russia and the First World War

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How did the Tsar of Russia lead his country to defeat, disaster and revolution? Access these clear and detailed lesson study notes to give your students precise subject knowledge to support their learning.
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.
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
Nixon and Vietnam
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Nixon and Vietnam

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Richard Nixon was elected in 1968 on a promise of withdrawing America from Vietnam, and by 1973 most US troops finally left. How did Nixon negotiate an ‘honourable peace’ with the North Vietnamese? This resource is ideal as study notes for lesson time or to base a homework around. Contains detailed and precise information made accessible for learners of all abilities
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.
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.
Women's Rights in 1950s America
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Women's Rights in 1950s America

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This accessible and detailed resource explains: The culture of suburbia and the 1950s home maker Divorce in the 1950s Popular culture portrayals of women The impact of the Kinsey reports.