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Published: 04/09/2013
KS3 | Interpretation | Modern World: 1900-present
7 pages

Why can’t historians agree on who caused the First World War?

A crafty take on the origins of WWI! Coloured glasses or 'perspectacles' are used as an aid to understanding that historians have interpreted the question differently due to their own views and context.      

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Tom Peatling
Tom Peatling
Maia you need to print it off
Posted on 23rd March 2020
Peter Harris
Peter Harris
Good simple explanations on different perspectives on page one. Good questions too.
Posted on 14th January 2015
Kate Minahan
Kate Minahan
Really like the model it provides for teaching interpretation of sources and perspectives - and subsequently, contestation.
Posted on 18th September 2013

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