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Timelines

The BBC has several timelines including Scottish, Welsh and Irish history from Neolithic times to the Twentieth Century, Kings and Queens, Prime Ministers and politics and a Nazis timeline.

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11-18 year olds
We Remember Anne Frank

There are interviews and background information from a childhood friend of Anne Frank, who died in the Holocaust, and the woman who hid the Franks.

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11-14 year olds
Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga

A look at Viking exploration through the examination of an array of artefacts and archaeological finds.

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11-16 year olds
The American Experience - Vietnam

An overview of the war together with details of the main characters involved. There are sections on the weapons used and the My Lai massacre.

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14-16 year olds
D-Day Normandy 1944 An Educators' Guide

A PDF document produced to complement the screening of the D-Day film but it can be used as a stand-alone resource. It looks at the historical context of D-Day, how WW2 influenced today's technology and has student activities.

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14-18 year olds
Romans

Why did the Romans invade Britain and what did the Romans do for us? These are two of the questions that are considered here. It also looks at life for women in Roman Britain and there is an audio drama of the Boudiccan Rebellion.

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14-18 year olds
Normans

What did the Normans do for us? Here the BBC give us an insight into the events surrounding the Norman Conquest and the changes it brought about.

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14-18 year olds
Hercules Greece's Greatest Hero

Find out about Hercules, the stories the ancient Greeks used to tell about his life and about his twelve labours.

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7-14 year olds
Domesday Book

The BBC have compiled information on how and why our earliest public record, the Domesday Book, was written.

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11-16 year olds
King John and the Magna Carta

Discover the events leading up to and after the signing of Magna Carta.

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11-16 year olds
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