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History of World War II, Which Parts of the History Do British Schools Concentrate On? by tucsonmike on 30 December 2012 7:49pm
 
I am working on a biography and I am learning how schools in the old Soviet Union taught it and of course I know how it is taught in the United States.

I am wondering how the British schools teach it.
 
Re: History of World War II, Which Parts of the History Do British Schools Concentrate On? by TERRY S on 30 December 2012 8:11pm
 
A bit like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4b0G_auKCI&;list=PLA19C8E8980CEDCA0&index=21

I wish I'd learned history like this. I may have been better at it. Kids today are so lucky to learn like this.
 
Re: History of World War II, Which Parts of the History Do British Schools Concentrate On? by tucsonmike on 30 December 2012 8:42pm
 
Thanks Terry!
 
Re: History of World War II, Which Parts of the History Do British Schools Concentrate On? by TERRY S on 31 December 2012 5:00pm
 
You're welcome. This is quite topical: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JILDhXtQk40&;list=PLA19C8E8980CEDCA0&index=20
 



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