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    I'm due to start year 12 after the summer and I wanted to familiarise myself with the content before starting. However, I can't find any textbooks on 'British History Depth Study – Crown, Parliament AndAuthority In England 1588-1629.' (unit 2 AS)
    Does someone have a link to a text book or something?

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    (Original post by Nikhilm)
    Hi,
    I'm due to start year 12 after the summer and I wanted to familiarise myself with the content before starting. However, I can't find any textbooks on 'British History Depth Study – Crown, Parliament AndAuthority In England 1588-1629.' (unit 2 AS)
    Does someone have a link to a text book or something?

    thanks

    Hi, I've done some searching and it seems there isn't a textbook set by edexcel for this particular specification, so what you'd have to do in this case is perhaps get 2/3 textbooks which cover the period and syllabus. It looks like the bulk of your course will be on the Tudors/Early Stuarts.From personal experience, the access to history textbooks are good, they go over things in detail (although I haven't studied this period) and also have good coverage of historiography.

    So I'd probably start with this , and then I would personally buy a used copy of this to get the later sections covered.

    Both of these should be good for an overview so you can understand the basic chronology/themes, and will probably be supplemented by more reading one you start the course
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    eeesshhh man like Nikhil getting ready already
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    (Original post by smile:D)
    Hi, I've done some searching and it seems there isn't a textbook set by edexcel for this particular specification, so what you'd have to do in this case is perhaps get 2/3 textbooks which cover the period and syllabus. It looks like the bulk of your course will be on the Tudors/Early Stuarts.From personal experience, the access to history textbooks are good, they go over things in detail (although I haven't studied this period) and also have good coverage of historiography.

    So I'd probably start with this , and then I would personally buy a used copy of this to get the later sections covered.

    Both of these should be good for an overview so you can understand the basic chronology/themes, and will probably be supplemented by more reading one you start the course
    Thank you so much!!
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    (Original post by Nikhilm)
    Thank you so much!!
    No problems, good luck with your a levels!
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