World War Two

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2.1 World War Two (in One Take)
Our highly engaging overview of World War Two fully supported with written resources.
Activity Sheet 1: Analysis and evaluation
Activity Sheet 2: Chronology
Activity Sheet 3: Analysis and evaluation
Video Transcript & Teachers' Notes
Quick Fire Quiz
2.2 Was appeasement a mistake?
We visit a British cabinet debate in December 1938 to scrutinise Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement.
Activity Sheet 1: Chronology
Activity Sheet 2: Critical Thinking
Activity Sheet 3: Analysis and evaluation
Video Transcript & Teachers' Notes
Quick Fire Quiz
2.3 How did life change on the Home Front?
An illuminating interview in London during the Blitz focused on a young woman employed as a manual labourer.
Activity Sheet 1: Concepts and Knowledge
Activity Sheet 2: Critical Thinking
Activity Sheet 3: Analysis and Evaluation
Video Transcript & Teachers' Notes
Quick Fire Quiz
2.4 Who deserves most credit amongst the Allies for victory?
Russia, USA and Great Britain allput forward their case for recognition as the most important ally in World War Two.
Activity Sheet 1: Analysis and Evaluation
Activity Sheet 2: Analysis and Evaluation
Activity Sheet 3: Analysis and Evaluation
Video Transcript & Teachers' Notes
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2.5 Is it possible to justify the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan?
President Truman defends his decision to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki against competing opinions.
Activity Sheet 1: Analysis and Debate
Activity Sheet 2: Causation and Interpretation
Activity Sheet 3: Analysis and Evaluation
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