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Results for History

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1776 African Youth of the Dales

1776 African Youth of the Dales

Yorkshire family discover they are descendants of a slave More >
A Day in the Life of a Young Sheffield Steel Worker

A Day in the Life of a Young Sheffield Steel Worker

Life changes in the Sheffield steel industry since Victorian times More >
A Step by Step guide to Egyptian Mummification

A Step by Step guide to Egyptian Mummification

Why and how ancient Egyptians preserved their bodies for eternity More >
Agriculture During Wartime in the Humber

Agriculture During Wartime in the Humber

Who worked the land during the First World War? More >
Air Raids on the WW1 British Home Front

Air Raids on the WW1 British Home Front

How German Zeppelin attacks brought the fighting to British civilians More >
Alfie Knight's Letter to Lord Kitchener

Alfie Knight's Letter to Lord Kitchener

Nine year old Dublin boy responds to WWI recruitment drive More >
Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife

Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife

About Nesyamun, an Egyptian mummy and Egyptian objects More >
Ancient Egyptian Funerary Boat

Ancient Egyptian Funerary Boat

A wooden boat associated with death customs More >
Ancient Egyptians: Objects from Daily Life

Ancient Egyptians: Objects from Daily Life

The daily life of ordinary Egyptians investigated through objects More >
Ancient Greeks: Everyday Life, Beliefs and Myths

Ancient Greeks: Everyday Life, Beliefs and Myths

KS2 resource on how the Ancient Greeks lived using real artefacts More >
Anglo Saxon Sword Pommel

Anglo Saxon Sword Pommel

Golden jewelled object from the 7th Century More >
Anti-German Sentiment in the First World War

Anti-German Sentiment in the First World War

Why a Hull family butcher changed his name after his shop was attacked More >
Blind Veterans of the First World War

Blind Veterans of the First World War

How a new charity was founded in WW1 to help blinded ex-servicemen More >
British Values in Action: Tea for the Troops

British Values in Action: Tea for the Troops

This resource explores a historical example of local volunteering More >
Bronze Age Grantham

Bronze Age Grantham

What can Bronze age grave goods tell us about how people lived? More >
Burying the First World War Dead

Burying the First World War Dead

A Jewish grave marker reveals the story of front line burials in WW1 More >
Campaign, Action and Reaction in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Campaign, Action and Reaction in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Exploring change through local industrial history More >
Campaigners Make an Impact  in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Campaigners Make an Impact in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Using Yorkshire's History to Change Your World More >
Cave Hunter

Cave Hunter

Become an Ice Age Detective and see what you can spot in the cave More >
Censorship and Propaganda in WW2

Censorship and Propaganda in WW2

A look at how the government aimed to maintain morale during WWII More >
Children at Work

Children at Work

Working conditions for children in factories, mills and mines More >
Children Raising Funds During Wartime

Children Raising Funds During Wartime

How young people contributed to the First World War effort More >
Children's Experiences during WW2

Children's Experiences during WW2

What was it like to be a child during WW2? More >
Christmas Gifts for WW1 Troops

Christmas Gifts for WW1 Troops

A wartime charity helped soldiers celebrate Christmas in the trenches More >

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