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Hi, I've been assigned this question for homework and I'm really struggling with it: How far do you agree that the British armed forces had a conservative attitude towards the technical developments in weaponry between 1790 and 1918? (20 marks)
I was wondering if there was anyone that could help. Thank you!
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Hi, I've been assigned this question for homework and I'm really struggling with it: How far do you agree that the British armed forces had a conservative attitude towards the technical developments in weaponry between 1790 and 1918? (20 marks)
I was wondering if there was anyone that could help. Thank you!
Hi, I found a link to an essay online, might be of some help


https://www.tes.com/teaching-resourc...tudes-11959894
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Hi, I found a link to an essay online, might be of some help


https://www.tes.com/teaching-resourc...tudes-11959894
you are an abslolute life saver, thank you so much!
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you are an abslolute life saver, thank you so much!
no problem, good luck
is this gcse or a level btw ?
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no problem, good luck
is this gcse or a level btw ?
a level! its one of the questions from the edexcel textbook
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a level! its one of the questions from the edexcel textbook
cool-I'm starting A-Level History in September (AQA)
I'm doing 1-Stuart Britain and the Crisis of the Monarchy, 2-America: A Nation Divided

do you have any general advice ?
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Thats cool! I would probably say that a good bit of advice my teacher gave me is to keep on top of your work and make notes every week, history has so much content and its really good when you have a good depth of knowledge! One of our revision activities for the week was to make a timeline of the whole period we're studying, I actually found this really helpful to know where everything happens in comparison to other things, definitely would recommend!
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