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What problems did Harold face in the summer of 1066?
Norman Conquest, Key Stage 3: The Middle Ages, Introductory Lessons
Why on earth would anyone go on a medieval pilgrimage?
Medieval Beliefs, Key Stage 3: The Middle Ages, Introductory Lessons
How should we commemorate Licoricia of Winchester?
Key Stage 3: The Middle Ages, Introductory Lessons
Why should we bother learning about the Black Death?
Inside the mind of Henry VIII Decision-maker
Early Modern Overview, Key Stage 3: Early Modern, Introductory Lessons
Should the National Portrait Gallery sell Henry VIII cushions?
Why was Richard Whiting executed?
Early Modern Beliefs, Key Stage 3: Early Modern, Introductory Lessons
Was the Elizabethan period a ‘golden age’ of culture for Elizabethans?
Edexcel, AQA, Elizabethans 1558-88, Elizabethan England c1568 - 1603, Introductory Lessons
Was Letitia Bunting right to walk out of Zulu?
Industrial Empire, Key Stage 3: Industrial, Introductory Lessons
How well connected was Early Modern Africa? Challenging Hugh Trevor Roper.
Wider World Histories, Key Stage 3: Africa C1000-1900, Introductory Lessons
How much did life in Britain change during the years 1750-1900?
Key Stage 3: Industrial overview, Key Stage 3: Industrial, Introductory Lessons
How much can the Olympic opening ceremony tell us about the Industrial Revolution?
Why was Bill Sykes transported?
What can we learn from Sarah Baartman about attitudes towards empire in the 19th century?
Wider World Histories, Key Stage 3: Industrial overview, Industrial Empire, Women's history, Introductory Lessons
Blood on Prime Minister William Gladstone’s Statue
How much did the police-force change after 1900?
Edexcel, Crime and Punishment, GCSE 2016, Introductory Lessons
Sarah Barnes’ World War One Memorial Campaign
Key Stage 3: 20th Century, Introductory Lessons
Should your history department spend money on Lenin artefacts?
How should we remember Winston Churchill?
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
Black Britain: Was Lord Kitchener Right? Was London the ‘Place to be’?
A Radio Discussion about the history of Black Britain
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