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  • The Historian 87: How Nelson Became a Hero

      The magazine of the Historical Association
    6 How Nelson became a hero: Horatio Nelson's date with Destiny - Kathleen Wilson (Read article) 18 France during the reign of Louis XVI - Emma Kennedy (Read article) 21 Christopher Hill: Marxism & Methodism - Penny Corfield (Read article) 24 A Crusading Outpost: Edessa 1095-1153 - Kenneth Thomson (Read...
    The Historian 87: How Nelson Became a Hero
  • Teaching History 39

      Journal
    Editorial, page 2 A Small Local Investigation - David Wright, page 3 A Journey Back into the Past - Rebecca Bell, page 5 History Workshop Centre (Report), page 7 History of Education in Schools - Richard Aldrich, page 8 Christmas Holiday Lecture Quiz Prizewinner, page 11 Recreating a Trip to...
    Teaching History 39
  • Beyond the classroom: developing student teachers' work with museums and historic sites

      Article
    Working visits to historical sites for the purposes of developing pupils’ historical understanding can be extremely useful. As part of their training, student teachers need to acquire understanding and skills in the planning and management of worthwhile ‘fieldwork’. This work can be very powerful indeed if it emerges from co-operation...
    Beyond the classroom: developing student teachers' work with museums and historic sites
  • 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
  • History's big picture in three dimensions

      Article
    More and more historians, from diverse political viewpoints, are now expressing concern at the fragmentation of history, especially in the schools curriculum. The fragmentation of the subject has followed upon the collapse of sundry Grand Narratives, such as the ‘March of Progress', which once swept all of history into a...
    History's big picture in three dimensions
  • The Historian 33

      The magazine of the Historical Association
    3 Feature: The Ending of a Myth: The Fall of Singapore, 1942, Joseph Kennedy 9 Update: The Conservative Party and British Politics 1902-40, Stuart Ball 12 Education Forum: The Job of an Archives Education Officer, Mary Mills  28 Spotlight: Sheffield
    The Historian 33
  • 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
  • Parallel catastrophes? Uniqueness, redemption and the Shoah

      Article
    Nicolas Kinloch’s 1998 review of Michael Burleigh’s Ethics and Extermination in Teaching History, 93, sparked a debate amongst our readers about the teaching of the Holocaust, concerning both rationales and practical approaches. Citing the damage caused to pupils’ understanding by a Spielberg view of history, he emphasised that the rationale...
    Parallel catastrophes? Uniqueness, redemption and the Shoah
  • 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
  • Christopher Hill: Marxism and Methodism

      Article
    Christopher Hill, the eminent historian of seventeenth century England, was a convinced Marxist throughout most of his long and productive life (1912-2003). He embraced this secular world-view when he was a young History student at Oxford in the polemical 1930s and never lost his ideological commitment, even though he resigned...
    Christopher Hill: Marxism and Methodism
  • 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
  • Teaching History 27

      Journal
    Editorial, page 2 Notes on contributors, page 2 Oral History and the Raj - Andrew Reekes, page 4 Programmed Learning and Guided Learning in History - Brian Garvey, page 7 From a Victorian Scrapheap - David Jeremy, page 10 Simulations and Computers - Richard Ennals, page 13 Mr Polly's History,...
    Teaching History 27
  • The Historian 20

      The magazine of the Historical Association
    3 Feature: The Marriage of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, C N.L Brooke 10 Update: The Industrial Revolution, John J. Mason 13 Local History: Laxton: England's Last Open Field Village, John Beckett 17 Education Forum: The School History Question, Roger Hennessey
    The Historian 20
  • 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?
  • The Historian 6

      The magazine of the Historical Association
    Articles include: 3 Feature: Forty Years in the Field – Maurice Beresford 10 Local History: Agrarian Changes in the 18th and 19th Centuries 15 Record Linkage: The Factory and the Community – Chris Wrigley 18 Westminster Diary: Archives in Danger 20 Personalia: Profile of Geoffrey Dickens 32 Spotlight: Styal
    The Historian 6