Written together with Tim Ingham, these workbooks include revision tips, knowledge checklists, quick fire questions and exam practice questions to cover the information and skills needed for GCSE History.
They will initially be available only for the AQA specification, although we will add other exam boards as soon as we can!
Workbooks Available now:
- Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship
- Elizabethan England: 1568-1603
- Conflict and tension between East and West, 1945-1972
- America 1840-1895: Expansion and consolidation
- Russia 1894-1945: Tsardom and communism
- America 1920-1973: Opportunity and inequality
- Conflict and tension: The First World War, 1914-1918
- Conflict and tension: The inter-war years, 1918-1939
- Conflict and tension in Asia, 1950-1975
- Conflict and tension in the Gulf and Afghanistan 1990-2009
- Britain: Health and the people: c1000 to the present day
- Britain: Power and the people: 1170 to the present day
- Britain: Migration, empires and the people: c790 to the present day
- Norman England, c1066-c1100
- Medieval England: the reign of Edward 1, 1272-1307
- Restoration England, 1660-1685
*These downloads are intended for individual use only. If you are a teacher, school or tutor, please purchase a school licence before you use these with your students.*
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