Prehistoric BritainPrehistoric Britain
Britain was a part of the European land mass until the end of the last Ice Age, around 6000 bc, when the English Channel was formed by melting ice
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The united kingdom of great britain and northern irelandThe united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland
Elections take place after 5 years. The seat of the Prime Minister can be found at Downing Street 10 in London and Queen’s home is Buckingham Palace
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British History ProjectBritish History Project
About 3000 bc the Iberians inhabited many parts of Europe, including the British Isles. They came from the Spanish peninsula
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Historical Interpretations: 1 How revolutionary were the ideals underpinning the Glorious Revolution of 1688–1701?Historical Interpretations: 1 How revolutionary were the ideals underpinning the Glorious Revolution of 1688–1701?
The sensible revolution of 1688-89 was a conservative revolution. It did not create damaging new rifts in the English nation, although it did sharpen and to some extent extend divisions in Scotland and Ireland
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The industrial revolutionThe industrial revolution
A. Identifies the vast economic changes noted in many nations in the 19th century
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Elizabethean ageElizabethean age
Confrontation occurred between Parliamentarians and Royalists and every religious sect in England. The Civil War was social and economic
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Agincourt or Azincourt? Victory, Defeat and the War of 1415Agincourt or Azincourt? Victory, Defeat and the War of 1415
I, for one, should know a great deal more about. But my particular reason for starting with this book today is that it raises the question of what exactly history’s ‘greatest hits’ are, and how they might be chosen
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