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GCSE History: Guide to planning and teaching Edexcel 9-1 GCSE
Edexcel, Crime and Punishment, London 1880s, Elizabethans 1558-88, Cold War 1941-91, Whitechapel 1880s, Germany 1918-39
Super Power Relations and the Cold War for Edexcel 9-1 GCSE
Edexcel, Cold War 1941-91, GCSE 2016, Saver Lesson Packages
Guide to teaching Edexcel Period Study: Super Power Relations and the Cold War 1941-91
Edexcel, Cold War 1941-91, GCSE 2016
What and where was the Cold War?
Edexcel, AQA, Conflict 1945-72, Cold War 1941-91, GCSE 2016
Stalin wasn’t stallin’: How much can a song reveal about who really won WW2?
Was a 1980 hit song right about the B-29 bomber ‘Enola Gay’?
Why couldn’t the USA and USSR be friends?
Why did the Grand Alliance begin to fail in 1945?
Who did most to develop the Cold War 1945-47?
How much can we trust internet sites to tell the truth about The Berlin Blockade?
What caused the Hungarian Uprising in 1956?
What were the consequences of the Hungarian Uprising?
Was the Berlin Wall really built to just annoy the West?
How should we tell the story of the Berlin Wall?
What went wrong at the Bay of Pigs?
Cold War Cuban Missile Crisis Decision Making
Edexcel, AQA, Conflict 1945-72, Cold War 1941-91, GCSE 2016, Key Stage 3: 20th Century, Introductory Lessons
What really prevented war during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
How close did the Cold War come to Nuclear War?
Edexcel, AQA, Conflict 1945-72, Cold War 1941-91, GCSE 2016, Key Stage 3: 20th Century
Was the Prague Spring another Hungary?
What were the consequences of the Prague Spring?
How real was Detente?
Who was to blame for the Second Cold War?
Edexcel, Cold War 1941-91
Why were the people of Berlin able to dismantle the wall?
Did Gorbachev kill the Soviet Union?
Why did the Soviet Union invade Afghanistan in 1979?
What were the consequences of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan?
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