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AQA History A2 Unit 3 The Making of Modern Britain, 1951-2007


AQA History A2 Unit 3 The Making of Modern Britain, 1951-2007

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    Available in PDF Format | AQA History A2 Unit 3 The Making of Modern Britain, 1951-2007.pdf | English
    Chris Rowe(Author) Sally Waller(Editor)
Written to cover the AQA History A Level Unit 3 specification (HIS3M), our student book provides a focused look at key events in British history during 1951-2007 and enables students to gain a greater understanding of the period and evaluate the key issues.
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  • By Martin B. on 21 August 2017

    Product as described, quick delivery. Highly recommendable.

  • By kw1212 on 19 May 2011

    I've been really impressed with this textbook. It's great for concise overviews with specific evidence, and has lots of timelines and 'key profiles' of individuals. As an A-Level student it has really helped me get to grips with the different political, social, economic and foreign policy pattterns 1951-2007, and it was a good starting point for other reading. You always need a reliable text, and this has been mine.

  • By Mr. Mullan on 10 December 2013

    This is the standard AQA textbook for the unit "The Making of Modern Britain, 1951 - 2007" with the course code of HIS3M. In parts this book can over-do it a bit, going into unnecessary information and the reader should focus more on what conclusions they take out of it as opposed to it's direct information.

  • By Laura on 3 December 2012

    I got a C at A Level, by some sort of miracle! I was really struggling but this book broke the sections down in an easy to read format, and is very informative! A Level students; read this!

  • By C Graham on 19 December 2013

    This book, while breaking the information down into easy to digest sections, has some faults.Firstly, it is not sufficiently detailed. There is little hard evidence for the A level student to utilise.Also, it sometimes has glaring errors (eg. it cites 1988 as the year the Berlin Wall fell and the Cold War ended).Finally, it is significantly biased towards the Labour view. Its perspective as is about as saccharine on the liberals as it is vicious on Margaret Thatcher, to whom it always refers as 'Mrs Thatcher', though every other non-titled politician doesn't receive this entitling.I write this as a Lib Dem voter, yet I couldn't bear this level of lazy, patronising 'history'.

  • By D J White on 6 January 2015

    comprehensive and helped our son get a high A-level grade

  • By Glyn M. Summerhayes on 22 May 2010

    As an intro or an overview of the course this is invaluable but if you want more detail or a more intersting read go for the Andrew Marr as well!

  • By A Doherty on 30 August 2014

    As described and in good time.

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