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Britain and the Cold War 1939-1959

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This pack is produced for pupils in years 10-13 that are interested in the history of Wales and Britain between 1939 and 1959. ...

British Politics 1939-1959

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This pack is produced for pupils in years 10-13 that are interested in the history of Wales and Britain between 1939 and 1959. It uses photographs and cartoons to explore politics...

British Society 1939 - 1959

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This pack is produced for pupils in years 10-13 that are interested in the history of Wales and Britain between 1939 and 1959. It uses photographs and cartoons to explore society...

Chaucer's Works

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This pack was produced for pupils in Key Stages 2 and 3 that are interested in the Medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer. It provides an introduction to the ...

Mathematical Problem Solving

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In this pack statistics about the National Library of Wales' collections and work have been used to create numeracy exercises for Key Stage 2, 3 and 4. . Have a go at solving these...

The Children's War

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The Second World War brought many changes to the lives of children in Wales. As well as the distress that was caused by moving evacuees from towns and cities, the children of Wales...

The Monasteries

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This pack is produced for pupils in Key Stages 2 and 3 that are interested in the history of the monasteries in Wales. It uses items from The National Library of Wales collection...

The Tudors

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This pack is suitable for students in Key Stages 2 and 3. ...

The Victorians 1837-1901

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Here are some facts and tales from the interesting period that was ruled by Queen Victoria. ...

Women and the War

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Before the Second World War, it was generally believed that the woman’s place was in the home, and that the man’s place was to go out to work. It was acceptable for a woman to...