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    Hi, I've been given work to do at home because I'll be off college for a while and I was given some questions to have a go at on the side.

    I wasn't taught how to do them but was told to just have a go and see how I get on and then back in class we'll see where I need to improve. I was hoping someone could tell me how to structure it and what to include just to help get me started because at the moment I have no idea what to even begin with.

    It's an 8 mark "how valuable is this source to a historian studying..." type of question.
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