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The Norman Conquest (inc. Hereward the Wake / Murder of William Rufus)
Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages
The Murder of Becket
The Peasants' Revolt
The Princes in the Tower
The Reformation of Henry VIII, including the Pilgrimage of Grace
The Gunpowder Plot
The causes and consequences of the English Civil War, inc. the trial and execution of King Charles I
Witchcraft and Witch Trials
The Trial and Execution of Mary Queen of Scots
Crime and Punishment in the Industrial Revolution
Jack the Ripper and the Whitechapel Murders
Women's struggle for the vote
Political Concepts (inc. Authority, Legitimacy, Human Rights, Citizenship)
(a) What are the different types of crime?
(b) How and why do different periods define crime in different ways?
(c) How are laws made?
(d) Nature of Crime - Practice Questions
How do we decide if someone is guilty?
Deciding on Punishment:
How has the range of punishments changed over time?
Nature of Punishment - Practice Questions
Development of Parliament
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Events (50 years ago today): 1969 – The United States begins secretly bombing the Sihanouk Trail in Cambodia, used by communist forces to infiltrate South Vietnam.
Births (200 years ago today): 1819 – James McCulloch, Scottish-Australian politician, 5th Premier of Victoria (d. 1893)
Births (150 years ago today): 1869 – Neville Chamberlain, English businessman and politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (d. 1940)
Births (50 years ago today): 1969 – Andy Cutting, English accordion player and composer
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Peace Treaties after World War One: Model Answers
Model Answers: Peace Treaties after World War One [free]
Origins of WW1 IGCSE History P1 Model Answers
Why Appeasement? Diamond9 Quiz
Contrasts and comparisons to a second dictator
Classroom debate and consolidation: How successful was Mao as ruler of China, 1949-76?
20-question factual test on Maos domestic policies
Detailed analysis of Maos domestic policies
Maos China: Thematic Analysis and Independent Research
Mao and his Ministers
Teacher Part 3: Maos Domestic Policies 1968-76
Teacher Lecture, Part 2: Maos Domestic Policies 1945-67
Teacher Lecture, Part 1: Maos Domestic Policies 1949-56
Which 20th Century Dictator are YOU?
Medieval Town and Village Virtual Adventure