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Secondary Videos – Secondary History – 199 Videos

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  1. An interview with Holocaust survivor Martin Kapel | History – Children of the Holocaust
  2. Arek’s story – survival in Auschwitz-Birkenau | History – Children of the Holocaust
  3. An interview with Holocaust survivor Arek Hersh | History – Children of the Holocaust
  4. Suzanne’s story – hiding from the Nazis in occupied France | History – Children of the Holocaust
  5. An interview with Holocaust survivor Suzanne Ripton | History – Children of the Holocaust
  6. Trude’s story – escaping from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia | History – Children of the Holocaust
  7. An interview with Holocaust survivor Trude Silman | History – Children of the Holocaust
  8. Heinz’s story – escaping to Britain from Kristallnacht | History – Children of the Holocaust
  9. An interview with Holocaust survivor Heinz Skyte | History – Children of the Holocaust
  10. Ruth’s story – escaping the Nazis as war began | History – Children of the Holocaust
  11. An interview with Holocaust survivor Ruth Rogoff | History – Children of the Holocaust
  12. Martin’s story – childhood experiences of a Holocaust survivor | History – Children of the Holocaust
  13. WW1: War breaks out in 1914 | History – Britain’s Great War
  14. WW1: The shock defeat at Mons | History – Britain’s Great War
  15. WW1: Lord Kitchener wants you! | History – Britain’s Great War
  16. WW1: The bombardment of Britain | History – Britain’s Great War
  17. WW1: Treating Indian soldiers at Brighton pavilion | History – Britain’s Great War
  18. WW1: Women at work | History – Britain’s Great War
  19. WW1: The Home Front and rationing | History – Britain’s Great War
  20. WW1: Shell shock and Siegfried Sassoon| History – Britain’s Great War
  21. WW1: How the British workforce united in 1918 | History – Britain’s Great War
  22. WW1: The end of the war and remembrance | History – Britain’s Great War
  23. Development of the contraceptive pill | History – Andrew Marr’s History of the World
  24. Gandhi and India’s Independence | History – Andrew Marr’s History of the World
  25. The Atomic Bomb | History – Andrew Marr’s History of the World
  26. Deng Xiaoping and the Cultural Revolution | History – Andrew Marr’s History of the World
  27. The Foundation of the National Health Service | History – Exploring the Past: Post War Britain
  28. Immigration to London from Ghana and Jamaica | History – Exploring the Past: Post War Britain
  29. Teenagers and Mod Culture | History – Exploring the Past: Post War Britain
  30. Women in the workplace in the 1950s and 1960s | History – Exploring the Past: Post War Britain
  31. The decline of the industrial North of England | History – Exploring the Past: Post War Britain
  32. Poverty and overcrowding in London’s East End | History – Exploring the Past: Post War Britain
  33. Who was Anne Boleyn? | History – The Last Days of Anne Boleyn
  34. Why was Anne Boleyn suspected of witchcraft? | History – The Last Days of Anne Boleyn
  35. Anne Boleyn vs Thomas Cromwell | History – The Last Days of Anne Boleyn
  36. Was Anne guilty? | History – The Last Days of Anne Boleyn
  37. Dorothy Hughes: The girl who broke the rules | History – Our Greatest Generation (WW2)
  38. Konnie Ho: An evacuee from London’s Chinatown | History – Our Greatest Generation (WW2)
  39. Gus Bialick: The boy who loved Britain | History – Our Greatest Generation (WW2)
  40. Elaine Kidwell: Girl Guide to air-raid warden | History – Our Greatest Generation (WW2)
  41. Freddie Hunn MBE: The boy who loved poetry | History – Our Greatest Generation (WW2)
  42. Jim Purcell: The boy with no shoes | History – Our Greatest Generation (WW2)
  43. Planning D-Day | History – D-Day: The Last Heroes
  44. The battle for Omaha | History – D-Day: The Last Heroes
  45. The Sword Beach landings | History – D-Day: The Last Heroes
  46. How the suffragettes won British women the vote | History – 100 Years of the Women’s Movement
  47. Campaigning for social and sexual freedom | History – 100 Years of the Women’s Movement
  48. The campaign for equality at work for women | History – 100 Years of the Women’s Movement
  49. How the Women’s Movement won access to birth control | History – 100 Years of the Women’s Movement
  50. Recruitment tactics in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  51. How did shellshock affect soldiers? | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  52. Going over the top | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  53. Life on the Home Front in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  54. The war in the air in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  55. How soldiers relaxed during WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  56. How did soldiers in WW1 cope with killing? | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  57. Death and survival in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  58. How tanks changed the course of WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  59. Questioning the purpose of the war | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  60. Life as an officer in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  61. Life as a munitionette | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  62. Being a pilot in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  63. Why was the Gallipoli campaign unsuccessful? | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  64. One woman’s loss in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  65. A German experience of fighting in WW1 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  66. The Christmas Truce in 1914 | History – I Was There: The Great War Interviews
  67. Adolf Eichmann: architect of the Holocaust | History – Eichmann Documentary Show
  68. How Adolf Eichmann’s trial revealed the horrors of Auschwitz | History – Eichmann Documentary Show
  69. The challenge of filming Adolf Eichmann’s trial | History – Eichmann Documentary Show
  70. The Eichmann trial and the State of Israel | History – Eichmann Documentary Show
  71. Can one person be responsible for the Holocaust? | History – Eichmann Documentary Show
  72. Poland and the Holocaust (KS3/3rd) | History – Poland Stories
  73. Who were the claimants to the throne in 1066? | History – The Norman Conquest
  74. 1066: The Battle of Fulford | History – The Norman Conquest
  75. 1066: The Battle of Stamford Bridge | History – The Norman Conquest
  76. 1066: The Battle of Hastings | History – The Norman Conquest
  77. How William the Conquerer secured power after 1066 | History – The Norman Conquest
  78. Revolt and resistance after 1066 | History – The Norman Conquest
  79. Abolitionism and why it was opposed | History – Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners
  80. British slave owners in the 1830’s | History – Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners
  81. The Establishment and the Barbados Slave Code | History – Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners
  82. The social and economic impact of slave ownership | History – Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners
  83. Why British slave owners received compensation | History – Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners
  84. A day in the life of a regency lady | History – Regency Life
  85. A day in the life of a regency servant | History – Regency Life
  86. A day in the life of a regency gentleman | History – Regency Life
  87. How were the casts of the victims of Pompeii made? | History – Pompeii
  88. What happened when Vesuvius erupted in 79AD? | History – Pompeii
  89. How did the victims of Vesuvius die? | History – Pompeii
  90. Can science reveal what victims of Vesuvius looked like? | History – Pompeii
  91. What was the role of money and trade in the British empire | History – Empire
  92. Was the British empire a force for good? (part 2/2) | History – Empire
  93. Was the British empire a force for good? (part 1/2) | History – Empire
  94. What legacy has the British Empire left behind? | History – Empire
  95. How did the British Empire affect migration? | History – Empire
  96. What can cricket tell us about the British Empire? | History – Empire
  97. The invention of the steam engine | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  98. The impact of the steam engine | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  99. The invention of the electricity generator | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  100. The invention of the first power station | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  101. The invention of the turbine | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  102. The typical diet of a workhouse child (drama) | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  103. Factory work for children | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  104. The work of Thomas Barnardo (drama) | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  105. The invention of the steam locomotive | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  106. The invention of the railway | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  107. The invention of the internal combustion engine | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  108. The invention of the jet engine | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  109. Doctor Joseph Lister and antiseptic surgery | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  110. How the source of cholera was discovered in Victorian times | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  111. The work of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  112. The invention of the telegraph by Cooke and Wheatstone | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  113. The invention of Morse code | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  114. The invention of the telephone | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  115. The invention of wireless communication by Guglielmo Marconi | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  116. Street jobs for children in Victorian times | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  117. Lord Shaftesbury and Ragged Schools | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  118. The invention of photography by Nicephore Niepce | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  119. The development of photography by Daguerre and Fox Talbot | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  120. The invention of motion pictures and celluloid | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  121. The invention of television by John Logie Baird | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  122. Trialling Baird and Marconi’s competing television technologies | Physics – The Genius of Invention
  123. Christmas dinner in Victorian times | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  124. Christmas presents in Victorian times | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  125. Royal Christmas traditions with Victoria and Albert | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  126. Life in a workhouse (video diary) | History – The Charles Dickens Show
  127. Henry VIII – Why was it so important to have a son? | History – Fit to Rule
  128. Mary I – Can a baby change history? | History – Fit to Rule
  129. Edward VI – Can a child be a good king? | History – Fit to Rule
  130. Charles I: Can one king destroy the monarchy? | History – Fit to Rule
  131. George III: Was he really mad? | History – Fit to Rule
  132. Royal childbirth: Why could having a baby be dangerous? | History – Fit to Rule
  133. Daily life in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt
  134. Marriage and family in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt
  135. Tombs in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt
  136. The afterlife in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt
  137. Mummification in Ancient Egypt | Primary History – Ancient Egypt
  138. The Suffragettes (dramatisation) | History – Tales from the Old Bailey
  139. The Murderess (dramatisation) | History – Tales from the Old Bailey
  140. The Thief-Taker General | History – Tales from the Old Bailey
  141. The importance of coal | History – Why the Industrial Revolution Happened Here
  142. The brains behind the Industrial Revolution | History – Why the Industrial Revolution Happened Here
  143. Josiah Wedgwood: Industrial Revolution genius | History- Why The Industrial Revolution Happened Here
  144. The growth of industry and factory towns | History – Why The Industrial Revolution Happened Here
  145. Transport revolution: Britain’s canal network | History- Why The Industrial Revolution Happened Here
  146. Why did Britain need a better road network? | History – Why The Industrial Revolution Happened Here
  147. Liverpool to Manchester – the world’s first modern railway | History – History of Railways
  148. The Stockton and Darlington Railway | History – History of Railways
  149. Life before railways | History – History of Railways
  150. The world that railways made | History – History of Railways
  151. How to build a railway | History – History of Railways
  152. The Maya Novice | History of Early Civilisations – Maya
  153. How to Look Great Maya | History of Early Civilisations – Maya
  154. Great Designs Maya | History of Early Civilisations – Maya
  155. Lions’ Lair Maya | History of Early Civilisations – Maya
  156. Superior Chef Maya | History of Early Civilisations – Maya
  157. The Islam Novice | History of Early Civilisations – Islam
  158. How to Look Great Islam | History of Early Civilisations – Islam
  159. Great Designs Islam | History of Early Civilisations – Islam
  160. Lions’ Lair Islam | History of Early Civilisations – Islam
  161. Superior Chef Islam | History of Early Civilisations – Islam
  162. Medieval Medicine | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  163. 16th and 17th Century Medicine | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  164. 18th Century Medicine | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  165. 19th Century Medicine | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  166. Modern Medicine | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  167. Vesalius, Paré and Harvey | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  168. Pasteur and Koch | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  169. Lister and Simpson | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  170. Fleming, Florey and Chain | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  171. Chadwick and Snow | Secondary History – Medicine Through Time
  172. Magna Carta | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  173. Medieval Antisemitism | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  174. William Wallace | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  175. Elizabeth I | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  176. British Civil Wars | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  177. The Slave Owner | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  178. Burke and Hare | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  179. How the health of Liverpool was transformed | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  180. The history of Women’s Football | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  181. The Cuban Missile Crisis | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  182. The lives of WW2 Evacuees | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  183. What was life like for young people in 1960’s Britain? | Secondary History – Hunting for History
  184. The Rise of Mao ZeDong | History – The Story of China
  185. The Taiping Rebellion 1850-1864 | History – The Story of China
  186. The first Opium War 1839-1842 | History – The Story of China
  187. Building a medieval castle | History – Secrets of the Castle
  188. Medieval warfare | History – Secrets of the Castle
  189. The Medieval World | History – Secrets of the Castle
  190. Medieval trades and skills | History – Secrets of the Castle
  191. Medieval daily life | History – Secrets of the Castle
  192. Inside a medieval castle | History – Secrets of the Castle
  193. Building a medieval castle | History – Secrets of the Castle
  194. Medieval warfare | History – Secrets of the Castle
  195. The Medieval World | History – Secrets of the Castle
  196. Medieval trades and skills | History – Secrets of the Castle
  197. Medieval daily life | History – Secrets of the Castle
  198. Saxon law – compensation | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  199. Saxon law courts | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  200. Saxon punishments | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  201. Trial by ordeal | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  202. Henry II, Thomas Becket and the church courts | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  203. The Development of the Jury | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  204. Star Chamber and the Rack | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  205. The Petition of Right and Habeas Corpus | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  206. John Lilburne and Habeas Corpus | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  207. The Conventicle Act of 1664 and the independence of the jury | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  208. Habeas Corpus and slavery | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  209. Habeas Corpus and slavery | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  210. The Bloody Code | History – The Strange Case of the Law
  211. The founding of the police force | History – The Strange Case of the Law