Comparing and contrasting political cartoons to evaluate the image of the enemy
What are the similarities and differences between some of the key European peace treaties?
How was propaganda used across the world in the First World War? Investigating similarities and differences in the uses of propaganda.
How revealing is a political cartoon of imperialist attitudes before World War 1?
Examining the evidence to explore dilemmas and decisions about European foreign policy.
“I was a soldier in the German army” - How does WW2 affected on life an ordinary teenage boy?
Slow burner: a heightened sense of international tension
Why did the peace fail? - the ‘uniqueness of 1914’ in contrast to previous years.
Applying knowledge to evaluate what a political cartoon can reveal about World War 1 in 1915
How different were the public statements from the real motives, hopes and fears of leaders?
What makes it possible for European countries to work together to operate as a global power?
A life that destroys humanity. How to preserve humanity and dignity? Juvenile criminals – a crime against the future.
What's behind historical interpretation?
Hawks and Doves: the key players of the descent into war. Discovering multiperspectivity in the origins of the ‘unavoidable’ World War One.
Why is art always the first on the front line to be censored?
Why was the Gulag system created? To what extent did it meet political interests, to what extent economic interests?
Why do people become displaced?