The First World War with Imperial War Museums

Bring the First World War to life with a fresh interpretation of the War, combining the expertise of IWM and Hodder Education in both the First World War and educational publishing. This Student's Book and accompanying Dynamic Learning resource provide a discrete unit of study. Together, they present new stories, sources and teaching tools which allow learners to explore the conflict and the experiences of those involved in the fighting and on the home front. - Follow the lives of individuals and focus on artefacts from IWM's collections - Enable learners to investigate the War through a range of rich IWM resources including photos, letters and other evidence, and learn why the First World War shaped the lives of British people more than any other - Ideal for GCSE lessons, too

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Publisher Hachette UK
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ISBN 1471831906
Pages 64 pages
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