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Discover the history of Ukraine, from Soviet rule to the fight for independence.
An overview of our World War One series and how to use our captivating videos and activities to create engaging lessons.
Woollarawarre Bennelong was one of the most important figures in the early history of Australia. Here are 10 facts you should know about him!
Oppenheimer was best known for development of the atomic bomb, but here are 10 facts you might not have known about the man who changed the nature of war forever.
Learn how King John found an explosive solution to bringing down a mighty medieval stone keep.
An overview of the history of Ukraine, from 19th century imperialism to the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Five fantastic females who influenced history, from Queen Elizabeth I to the Suffragettes.
Explore the ways Britain transformed forever during Queen Victoria’s 64-year reign, from train travel, factory workers, and voting rights.
Website improvements and a new video series on the horizon!
An overview of our World War Two series, and advice on creating unforgettable history lessons for your students.
We visited Bayeux Museum to learn more about this iconic 950 year-old artwork.
A guide to everything you need to know about D-Day, the Second World War invasion in 1944.
An introduction to the history of Ukraine, from Kievan Rus’ to the rise of Russification.
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India declared its independence from British rule on August 15, 1947, after nearly 200 years. Learn more about the methods of resistance used to eventually overthrow the British Raj!
How did Olaudah Equiano go from facing the horrors of slavery to becoming one of the most influential leaders in the fight for abolition?
Explore incredible stories from our latest series, from an Italian mercenary to a cursed royal diamond.
Elevate engagement and enjoyment in your classroom with explosive videos.
We were delighted to produce an eight-part series on Henry VIII for Historic Royal Palaces.
More than 50 years ago Neil Armstrong took ‘one small step’ and became the first human to walk on the moon. However, would Apollo 11 have ever made it without the decades of Cold War rivalry between the US and the USSR?
Women’s history is on the rise, but how is this reflected in our schools?