Film: How has warfare changed over time?

Teaching British history that extends chronological knowledge beyond 1066 webinars

By Andrew Wrenn, published 30th September 2021

Webinar recording: How and why has warfare changed over time?

How and why has warfare changed from the Battle of Hastings in 1066, fought with armed with swords and shields, to the weapons of mass destruction of today? This webinar with Andrew Wrenn considers significant turning points such as the impact of gunpowder in the Middle Ages and the development of the atomic bomb in 1945 at the end of the Second World War.

This webinar is from our series on 'Teaching British history that extends chronological knowledge beyond 1066', which was designed to support teachers preparing the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum requirement for pupils to study either an overview of historical development from 1066 to the present or a significant turning point from that time frame.  

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