The Twentieth Century Pupils' Book by Christopher Culpin


The Twentieth Century Pupils' Book by Christopher Culpin

This book investigates the two World Wars, the Cold War and the Holocaust - the compulsory content of this National Curriculum unit. It explores why these events are regarded as significant and what criteria this suggests for historical significance. It also focuses on the stories of individuals caught up in these world events and investigates the impact of these events on them. PLEASE NOTE: The accompanying teacher's resource book for this title can be downloaded for free at

About the Author

Christopher Culpin is Director of the Schools History Project

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96 pages


Christopher Culpin
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Publication date

24th September 2004



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