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Hey Guys. Is anyone here doing HIS3J: The State and People: Britain, 1918–1964 for their A Level this year.
I am really struggling with revision. Does anyone know any good resources for this course, as we weren't given a book or revision guide etc.
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We were given Britain 1914-2000 Flagship History, edited by Derrick Murphy by our teacher. It's decent for some topics but useless on others. My teacher has also taught us literally nothing this year, he just sets essays and marks them so I'm pretty scared. I managed to buy two access to history books. The first is Britain: Domestic Politics 1918-39 by Robert Pearce which is on amazon for like £2 and the second is Britain: Domestic Politics 1939-64 by Paul Adelman, also on amazon for a similar price. These have literally been a lifesaver. I also borrowed two books from school. Aspects of British Political History 1914-1995 by Stephen J Lee which again is only great in some areas. A more helpful one is Access to History Britain 1900-1951 by Michael Lynch, yet obviously limited due to the time period. Good luck
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