KS3 History: Technology, War and Independence 1901-Present Day
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KS3 History: Technology, War and Independence 1901-Present Day

By Aaron Wilkes
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Book Description

Written to match the new 2014 National Curriculum with expert support from experienced Head of History, Aaron Wilkes, the third editions of this well-loved series will hook your students' interest in KS3 History whilst helping them prepare for GCSE. Technology, War and Independence 1901-Present Day is the fourth of four new third editions, and covers: the twentieth century including the Great War, Britain between the wars, the Second World War, post-war Britain, the
end of the British Empire, global issues and change over time.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • 1.1A Britain and the world in 1901
  • 1.2 How was poverty attacked?
  • 1.3 Why is the Titanic so famous?
  • 1.4 Who or what was to blame for the Titanic disaster?
  • 1.5A Who were the suffragettes?
  • 1.6 Did Emily Davison mean to kill herself?
  • 2.1A Why did the Great War start?
  • 2.2A Joining up
  • 2.3A Fighting in the war
  • 2.4 Weapons of war
  • 2.5A Was it right to shoot Harry Farr?
  • 2.6 Soldiers of Empire
  • 2.7 How did the war affect ordinary citizens?
  • 2.8 How did ‘Poppy Day’ start?
  • 2.9 How did countries try to avoid anymore wars?
  • Assessing Your Learning 1
  • 3.1A Was the Great War worth winning?
  • 3.2 Independence in Ireland
  • 3.3A The ‘Hungry Thirties’
  • 4.2A Two types of dictatorship
  • 4.3A Adolf Hitler: choirboy,artist, tramp, soldier,politician
  • 4.4A What was life like in Hitler’s Germany?
  • 4.5A Why was there another world war?
  • 5.1A The Second World War: an overview
  • 5.2A Dunkirk: victory or disaster?
  • 5.3A Who were the Few’?
  • 5.4A ‘Mr and Mrs Jones would like a nice little boy’
  • 5.5 Total war
  • 5.6A Sir Arthur Harris: war hero or war criminal?
  • 5.7A Why is Winston Churchill on a £5 note?
  • 5.8A What was a death camp like?
  • 5.9 The war goes nuclear
  • 5.10 A United Nations
  • Assessing Your Learning 2
  • 6.1 Why don’t we pay tosee a doctor?
  • 6.2A Why was there a Cold War?
  • 6.3A Did man really land on the moon?
  • 6.4 A united Europe
  • 7.1A Independence for India
  • 7.2A Independence for Africa
  • 7.3 How has immigration changed Britain?
  • 7.4 What was so special about the Windrush ?
  • 7.5 Multicultural Britain
  • 8.1 The fifties
  • 8.2 The sixties
  • 8.3 The seventies
  • 8.4 The eighties
  • 8.5 The nineties
  • 8.6 The noughties
  • Assessing Your Learning 3
  • 9.1 The McDonald’s story
  • 9.2A What is ‘terrorism’?
  • 9.3A What can Rebecca do that Laura couldn’t?
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Index
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