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History by topic (V300): The study of recording, interpreting and comparing developments of particular skills, artefacts, cultures or other areas of interest.

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Audio The Birth of the Modern World? A Comparative Overview

'The Birth of the Modern World? A Comparative Overview', Discussion by Dr Kate Watson, Oxford, 2012

French Revolution, Nineteenth-century, English Civil War, American Revolution view
Audio Quiz 2, Dates & Places - Questions

Second quiz questions for Monarchy and Revolution 1625-1815 course.

Charles I, English Civil War, Robespierre, French Revolution, American Revolution, Thomas Paine, Napoleon, Cromwell view
Audio Quiz 1, People & Parties - Questions

First quiz questions for Monarchy and Revolution 1625-1815 course

English Civil War, Charles I, Cromwell, Thomas Paine, American Revolution, Robespierre, French Revolution, Napoleon view
Audio Q&A, Dr Kate Watson in conversation with Adam Potterton

Q&A, Dr Kate Watson in conversation with Adam Potterton

English Civil War, American Revolution, French Revolution, Napoleon view
Audio Quiz 2, Dates & Places - Answers

Answers to second quiz for Monarchy and Revolution 1625-1815 course.

English Civil War, Charles I, Cromwell, Lord North, George III, American Revolution, Robespierre, French Revolution, Napoleon view
Audio Quiz 1, People & Parties - Answers

Answers to first quiz for Monarchy and Revolution 1625-1815 course.

Charles I, English Civil War, Thomas Paine, Cromwell, American Revolution, Robespierre, Napoleon, French Revolution view
Audio The Role of the Media

Discussion on the Role of the Media in the Revolutionary Era.

English Civil War, Wilkes, French Revolution, Terror, Napoleon, Robespierre, Cromwell view
Document Robespierre and French Revolutionary Terror

Powerpoint presentation on Robespierre and Terror in the French Revolution (week 7 of the course)

French Revolution, Robespierre, Terror, Marat, David, Danton, James Gillray view
Document Monarchy and Revolution 1625-1815 Bibliography

Bibliography for the course Monarchy and Revolution 1625-1815

English Civil War, American Revolution, French Revolution, Napoleonic Empire view
Document Napoleon and Empire

Powerpoint presentation on the Napoleonic Empire (week 9 of the course)

Napoleon, Nelson, French Empire, Battle of Trafalgar view
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