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The Age of George III

This web site, designed for A Level history students in the UK, examines the period from 1760 to 1830, a time of change and conflict in Britain. It includes the Napoleonic War, Britain and India, Ireland and the American War of Independence.

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16-18 year olds
Iron Age Life

See how you would have coped with life in the Iron Age. Try your hand at building an Iron Age chariot, making a fire, baking bread and spinning cloth.

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11-16 year olds
The First World War

This site from the Imperial War Museum is bursting with information, organised in a variety of different media, about the First World War.

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11-16 year olds
Women at War

A site which looks at the role of women during the Second World War. Illustrated with photographs.

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7-14 year olds
The Middle Ages

Find out about the worlds of Thomas Becket, Women in Medieval history and more by examining sources such as manuscripts, charters, chronicles, maps and other sources in the British Library.

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11-16 year olds
London's Burning

Explore the story of the fire in detail by following the timeline and investigating the people, objects and themes.

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7-14 year olds
Highland Clearances

The Highland Clearances website looks at the lives of people living in the Scottish Highlands during the time of the Clearances. This excellent multimedia site is linked to the 5 to 14 guidelines and aimed at levels C and D.

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11-14 year olds
Scottish Parliament

Find out about visiting the Scottish Parliament, its history and how it works. If you want to know about Scottish Devolution then you should find what you are looking for here.

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8-18 year olds
The Textile System

GCSE relevant information on the textile industry in Britain. Sections include the Domestic System, textile inventions, entrepreneurs and life in the textile factory.

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14-16 year olds
British Railways

A detailed look at the growth of the railway system in Britain in the 19th century. There are sections on engineers and entrepreneurs, locomotives, railway companies and more.

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14-16 year olds
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