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"Britannia's History Department has the internet's most comprehensive treatment of Britain's history from the prehistoric era to modern times. Edited by David Nash Ford, the department features timelines, narrative histories, original source documents and important texts, biographies, maps, glossaries, reading lists, informative articles by guest writers, interviews and more."
This site provides Online History lessons, easy to access background material, GCSE revision tasks and downloadable resources for teachers.
HISTORY ON THE NET
The aim of this site is to provide historical information linked to the English National Curriculum, for teachers, pupils, parents and anyone who wishes to further their historical knowledge. History on the Net believes that learning should be fun and offers a range of games and interactive activities with a History theme. Use the drop down and/or side menus on each page to navigate through the site
History Learning Site
The site has easy to follow sections in the the following:
There are also photos of re-enactors from local events held by the English Heritage
Read about the history of Britain from the expedition of Caesar to the Norman conquest of the Anglo-Saxons
THE GREAT FIRE OF LONDON
Read an historical account of this fire that marked the beginning of organized firefighting in England.
View etchings of the London skyline before and after the fire of 1666. From the BBC.
Read about bubonic plague in London in 1665 and the Great Fire of London in 1666. Find out how the plague was carried by rats and soldiers
Find out what the wall was for and how it was built.