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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
How to get the best out of the Edexcel Crime and Punishment 9-1 GCSE unit
Edexcel, Crime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment for Edexcel 9-1 GCSE
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Crime and Punishment 1000AD to today: An overview
Edexcel, Crime and Punishment, GCSE 2016
What factors are important in the history of crime and punishment?
Was Saxon crime prevention primitive or sophisticated?
Is Simon Schama right? Did William totally change Saxon crime prevention?
Medieval Murder: Changing crime prevention in the late Middle Ages
Why were Monarchs so worried about new crimes 1500 – 1700?
Mystery enquiry: Why were ‘they’ punished so harshly?
Was England really hit by a witch craze in the 17th century?
Why was the Bloody Code introduced? Evaluating a dodgy internet site
What does Mary Jones’ story reveal about Early Modern crime prevention?
Which ‘new’ crimes worried the authorities in the Industrial Period?
Was transportation to Australia a success?
Which reformer most deserves to go on the back of a £5 note?
Why was the Bloody Code abolished in the 1820s – 1830s?
When in the 19th century was it the best time for John Walker to go to prison?
Did anyone really bother to enforce the law properly 1700-1900?
Was there anything new about 20th century crimes?
How much did the police-force change after 1900?
Edexcel, Crime and Punishment, GCSE 2016, Introductory Lessons
Did the 20th century see the biggest change in the punishment of offenders?
When was the safest time in history to steal?
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