The Great Powers, 1814-1914
Nelson, 01.01.1992 - 318 Seiten
Written in a lively style, and well illustrated to help hold the students interest. Accessible, attractive layout assists students in learning on from GCSE. Controlled vocabulary and clear text make it suitable for students of all abilities at AS and A level. Introduces evidence adn sources outside the usual material available to encourage students to engage with the past and become active Historians. Presents key issues, events and people clearly so students can find their way through the complexity of historical problems. Numerous pictoral sources to stimulate students and capture their interest.
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Textbooks and other resources
Eric Wilmot, The Great Powers 1814-1914 (chapter 10), Nelson ”Challenging History‘ series, 1992. Unit Two: 8A. The Age of the Railway, 1830-1914 ...
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Challenging History: The Great Powers (1814-1914). - Eric Wilmot (1st term). Nelson. 298.00. 23. Challenging History: Europe (1890-1990) – John Traynor ...
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