Making History World History from 1914 to the Present Day by


Making History World History from 1914 to the Present Day by

Designed for GCSE modern world syllabuses, this ever-popular text brings alive world history from 1914 to the present. This book provides a fascinating study of twentieth-century history for students working towards the new GCSE examinations. It now includes a British History Depth Study, 'Britain 1906-1919'. The book covers all the topics for the new Modern World GCSE. The emphasis on clear, sound narrative and explanation, often led by Key Questions, incorporating numerous written and pictorial sources, eye-witness accounts, letters, photographs, posters and contemporary cartoons.

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Christopher Culpin is an experienced teacher and GCSE Chief Examiner.

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288 pages


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Publication date

24th March 1996



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