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  • Memorialisation and the First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme

      HA Teacher Fellowship: Conflict, Art and Remembrance
    In this podcast Simon Bendry, Programme Director for the UCL Institute of Education’s First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme, discusses the programme and its impact. This podcast was recorded as part of the Teacher Fellowship Programme on Conflict, Art and Remembrance.
    Memorialisation and the First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme
  • The development of the British Navy

      Podcast
    In this podcast, Professor Bruce Collins of Sheffield Hallam University explores the development of the British navy during the French Wars and the 19th century. Professor Collins outlines the place of the navy in Britain’s psyche at the beginning of the French Wars and the importance of coastal transport, as well...
    The development of the British Navy
  • End of the World Cults

      Podcast
    In this podcast Professor Penelope Corfield looks at the history of 'End of the World Cults'.
    End of the World Cults
  • The Legacy of Chartism

      Podcast
    In this podcast Professor Penelope Corfield looks at the legacy of the Chartist Movement, links to later political movements and discusses what the fate of the Chartist Movement can tell us about the difficulties in organising sustained protests and campaigning from outside the political system.
    The Legacy of Chartism
  • An Introduction to the German Democratic Republic

      Modern German History
    In this podcast Professor Matthew Stibbe of Sheffield Hallam University provides an introduction to the German Democratic Republic.
    An Introduction to the German Democratic Republic
  • German Women 1900-1945

      Modern German History
    In this podcast Professor Matthew Stibbe of Sheffield Hallam University discusses how the role and status of women developed in Germany from the late 19th Century to the end of the 1940s.
    German Women 1900-1945
  • Peterloo

      Video podcast series by History Hub, Royal Holloway, University of London
    In this series of videos, produced by Royal Holloway, University of London, staff and students explore the Peterloo Massacre, looking at its origins, outcome and longer term historical significance. The playlist also contains 18 dramatised primary sources drawn from The National Archives and the Parliamentary Archives. These are designed to...
    Peterloo
  • Radical Protest in the Nineteenth Century

      Video podcast series by History Hub, Royal Holloway, University of London
    In this series of videos, produced by Royal Holloway, University of London, staff and students explore the history of radicalism in the nineteenth century, including the Spa Fields Riots, the Pentrich Uprising, Luddism, the Swing Riots and the March of the Blanketeers. The playlist also provides an overview of key...
    Radical Protest in the Nineteenth Century
  • The failure of negotiated settlement

      Early Modern British History
    In this podcast Professor Michael Braddick of the University of Sheffield looks at why it proved impossible to achieve a negotiated settletment between 1646 and 1649.
    The failure of negotiated settlement
  • Cold War Germany

      Podcast
    In this podcast Dr Holger Nehring of the University of Sheffield looks at the importance of Germany in the development of the Cold War between 1948-1989
    Cold War Germany
  • What was Nazi ideology?

      20th Century German History
    In this podcast Professor Benjamin Ziemann of the University of Sheffield looks at Nazi ideology.
    What was Nazi ideology?
  • How was the Nazi Party formed?

      20th Century German History
    In this podcast Professor Benjamin Ziemann of the University of Sheffield talks about how the Nazi Party was formed.
    How was the Nazi Party formed?
  • What were the strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar Republic?

      20th Century German History
    In this podcast Professor Benjamin Ziemann of the University of Sheffield looks at the strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar Republic.
    What were the strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar Republic?
  • UK 1964-79 - Domestic problems under the Labour and Conservative Governments

      20th Century British History
    In this podcast Professor Keith Laybourn of the University of Huddersfield discusses the key reasons for the growing domestic problems under the Labour and Conservative Governments 1964-79 and looks at the effectiveness of their response.
    UK 1964-79 - Domestic problems under the Labour and Conservative Governments
  • UK 1945-64 - Post War Consensus and the Welfare State

      20th Century British History
    In this podcast Professor Keith Laybourn of the University of Huddersfield looks at the period 1945-64. What were the key forces that led to the welfare state and the post war consensuses? To what extent did this consensus transform the lives of British people?
    UK 1945-64 - Post War Consensus and the Welfare State
  • Problems in the UK during the 1920s and 30s

      20th Century British History
    In this podcast Professor Keith Laybourn of the University of Huddersfield examines the key social, political and economic problems of the 1920s and 30s.
    Problems in the UK during the 1920s and 30s
  • How stable was the Weimar Republic between 1924-29?

      Podcast
    In this podcast Professor Benjamin Ziemann of the University of Sheffield examines the stability of the Weimar Republic.
    How stable was the Weimar Republic between 1924-29?