Night And Fog. Fred Smith & The Spooky Mens Chorale, Say A Prayer Maryann. NINA & FREDERIK-BABY,IT'S COLD OUTSIDE 1963 live. Heroes & Villains | Teacher's notes. Heroes and Villains is an expanding collection of galleries looking at significant historical figures and controversies. The aim of these galleries is to introduce students to the interpretation of original sources and to help students use such sources to draw their own conclusions about historical arguments and about the people who made a difference in history. Each gallery is listed here, along with information on how the material fits into the History National Curriculum. In addition to the details below, any gallery may be used for Key Stage 3, Unit 22: The role of the individual for good or ill. This unit gives pupils the opportunity to analyse the role of the individual in history and to assess how far they can change the course of history.
Winston Churchill and the bombing of Dresden This gallery focuses on a single event during World War 2. It uses British reports and plans to trace how and why a decision was made to bomb this German city. Top of Page Related resources Cold War. Yt Treaty of Versailles - all u need 2 know. Yt DEM BONES 1. Yt DEM BONES 2. Yt Tom Waits Buddy can you spare a dime. Yt SPY WHO SHAGGED ME. GCSE/IB History: The Peace Treaties After WW1. GCSE/IB History: The Peace Treaties After WW1 Transform your history classroom. ActiveHistory provides entertaining, educational award-winning interactive simulations, decision-making games, self-marking quizzes, high-quality worksheets and detailed lesson plans for teachers and students.
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The Civil Rights Movement. The Civil Rights Movement Transform your history classroom. ActiveHistory provides entertaining, educational award-winning interactive simulations, decision-making games, self-marking quizzes, high-quality worksheets and detailed lesson plans for teachers and students. Useful Links Home of the "Head to Head"Virtual Interviews Testimonials from subscribers 'ActiveHistory provides a wide range of activities for use individually or with whole classes.
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Read Cold War reports from behind the Iron Curtain, the complex discussions that led to independence for Britain's colonies and even documents concerning UFOs. Topics Attlee's Britain 1945- 1951 Planning for the future? Key stage 4 - 5 Fifties Britain Never so good? Or too good to be true? Key stage 4 - 5 Sixties Britain A social and cultural revolution? Yt ANIMATED SOVIET PROPAGANDA Anti imperialism. Fifties Britain. For many people, the 1950s were a golden age. 'Let's be frank about it,' declared Harold Macmillan in July 1957: 'most of our people have never had it so good.' Almost immediately the Prime Minister's words became a symbol of the age, capturing the optimism of a nation basking in the sunshine of the affluent society. Yet like so many political quotations, they are often misunderstood. Macmillan meant them not as an expression of complacency, but as a warning.
It is no wonder that we rarely remember what Macmillan really meant by his famous phrase. As the economy began to boom, wages soared and unemployment almost disappeared, everyday life became more comfortable. It was this extraordinary economic growth that paved the way for everything that followed. Yet as the reaction to rock and roll suggests, there was a thick vein of anxiety beneath the surface of the affluent society. All the time, Britain's world status was changing rapidly.
Interwar 1918 - 1939. While the Treasury grapples with the financial crisis of the 1930s, the Cabinet and the Foreign Office press for peace as the situation in Europe worsens. Our collections document the rise of the dictators, the international diplomacy that failed and Britain's preparations for war. Topics Heroes & Villains Investigate the movers and shakers of the 20th century Key stage 3 - 5 Thirties Britain The depressed decade?
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