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    How do I write a bibliography for my History coursework ? A01 AND A02 ?

    It's all in the formatting. It will be far easier for me to show you rather than explain so here is some from my own bibliography:

    Best, M. G., Documentariesand Debates: Seventeenth Century (Macmillan, 1982)Bushkovitch, P., AConcise History of Russia (Cambridge University Press, 2011) Canning, J., 100 GreatKings, Queens and Rulers of the World (Black Cat, 1973)
    Surname first, title of books in italics with publishing company & publishing date in brackets. Have your list in alphabetical order.

    And if you used a website:
    Macqueen, A., (2008)Secret History: Child 44 [online] Available:http://www.theguardian.com/books/200...ardianreview29[accessed February 2016]McCrum, R., (2009) Themasterpiece that killed George Orwell [online] Available:http://www.theguardian.com/books/200...-george-orwell [accessedFebruary 2016]
    This is from my English but its all the same: writer of the bit you used, date published, title of page, state it's on-line in square brackets, state whether it is still available and the link to the site and end with when you accessed it.

    Hopefully this clears things up a bit - just write out the sources you used in this format and you're golden
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