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Following a career in the Albanian Special Forces, then 17 years as a professional sumo in Kyoto... I now teach Geography *)

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Following a career in the Albanian Special Forces, then 17 years as a professional sumo in Kyoto... I now teach Geography *)
Bolshevik consolidation of power (1917 to 1924)
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Bolshevik consolidation of power (1917 to 1924)

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The establishment of government and power Peace with Germany Civil war and foreign relations (1918 to 1924) War Communism and New Economic Policy (1918 to 1921) Lenin, government and the Communist Party colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
Development 2: COLONIALISM
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Development 2: COLONIALISM

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A powerpoint covering the rise of the British Empire, the effects of colonialism on the development of Europe and its legacy in modern-day Africa
The Establishment of the Tudors- Henry VII
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The Establishment of the Tudors- Henry VII

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Revision notes about Henry VII's life and role in the establishment of the Tudor Dynasty England in 1485 Henry VII and the consolidation of power Removing threats to Henry's power Relations with other countries, 1485 to 1509 colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
REVISION: "The American West"
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REVISION: "The American West"

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Great Plains geography Indian family structure Indian beliefs Fighting reasons and methods of Indians vs fighting reasons and methods of Whites Mountain Men e.g. Jim Bridger Problems associated with using wagons Donner Party Miners Problems in mining towns Mormons (including problems and how they dealt with them) Homesteaders (including push and pull factors, problems faced and how they dealt with them, role of women) Railroads (including benefits and drawbacks) Ranchers e.g. John Cliff (including why they succeeded) Problems with cattle trails Crime and criminals e.g. Wyatt Earp The Johnson County War The 1851 Fort Laramie Treaty The Civil War (1861-5) Little Crow’s War 1862 The Cheyenne Uprising and Sand Creek- 1864 Red Cloud’s War and the Bozeman Trail- 1866 The Sioux Campaign 1876 Chato and Geronimo’s campaign Ghost Dancers and Wounded Knee- 29th December 1890 Ways in which the Indian way of life was destroyed The Dawes Act 1887
REVISION: "Stalin's Rise to Power
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REVISION: "Stalin's Rise to Power

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Stalin’s record as a revolutionary before 1924 The power struggle within the Communist Party ‘Permanent revolution’ versus ‘socialism in one country’ Stalin’s defeat of Trotsky and the Left Stalin’s defeat of the Right Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
The break with Rome in the 1530s
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The break with Rome in the 1530s

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The Reformation Parliament and the establishment of Royal Supremacy The extent of religious change in the 1530s Opposition to religious change Royal authority and government in the 1530s colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
The rule of Henry VIII and Wolsey, 1509-1529
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The rule of Henry VIII and Wolsey, 1509-1529

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Henry VIII: The start of a new era Wolsey as Chief Minister- Church and State England's relations with foreign powers, 1509-1529 Henry's quest for a divorce colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
REVISION: "Henry VIII’s last years"
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REVISION: "Henry VIII’s last years"

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England’s relations with foreign powers Factions at court and the succession Position of the church by 1547 Assessment of Henry VIII’s reign Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
Dissent and Revolution- Russia, 1917
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Dissent and Revolution- Russia, 1917

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Structure of Russia's government, 1917 Russia at war, 1917 The February Revolution, 1917 The Dual Authority and continued dissent The October Revolution, 1917 colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates
REVISION: "History of Medicine"
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REVISION: "History of Medicine"

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Roman public health schemes Medical help in Roman Britain (Home remedies, Gods and their priests, Trained doctors) Hippocrates Galen Hospitals in the Middle Ages Believed causes of disease in the Middle Ages Ways to stay healthy in the Middle Ages Public health in the Middle Ages Church’s influence on medicine and health The Black Death Andreas Vesalius William Harvey The Royal Society A physician’s training circa 1500 vs A physician’s training in the late 1700s The effects of the Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution Believed causes of disease in the early 1800s The key breakthroughs in the fight against disease (The development of vaccinations, Germ theory, The identification of bacteria that cause individual diseases, The discovery of DNA) Antibiotics Alternative therapies e.g. herbal remedies The development of penicillin and antibiotic medicines X-rays Radiation therapy Scanning to diagnose early stages of illness Technology in the home Florence Nightingale Changes in the training of doctors Public health in 1350 vs Public health in the 1600s The streets, Water supplies, Public toilets, Sewers and waste removal Edwin Chadwick William Farr The impact of cholera The work of John Snow The Great Joseph Bazalgette Charles Booth Seebohm Rowntree Changes the Liberal government of 1906-1914 made Impact of the World Wars The Beveridge Report 1942 Opposition to the NHS
REVISION: "The beginning of Elizabeth’s reign, 1558-63"
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REVISION: "The beginning of Elizabeth’s reign, 1558-63"

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A Level revision notes Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates Elizabeth’s accession Elizabeth’s religious settlement, 1558-63 Marriage and the succession: Elizabeth’s dilemma Social and economic conditions in the mid-sixteenth century