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Course of History

Prime Ministers 1945 to 2002

Clement Atlee 1945 to 1951 Labour Winston Churchill 1951 to 1955 Conservatives Anthony Eden 1955 to 1957 Conservatives Harold Macmillan 1957 to 1963 Conservatives Alec Douglas-Hume 1963 to 1964 Conservatives Harold Wilson 1964 to 1970 Labour Edward Heath 1970 to 1974 Conservatives Harold Wilson 1974 to 1976 Labour James Callaghan 1976 to 1979 Labour Margaret Thatcher 1979 to 1990 Conservatives John Major 1990 to 1997 Conservatives Tony Blair 1997 to 2002 Labour Related Posts Prime Ministers 1945 to 2002 Clement Atlee 1945 to 1951 Labour Winston Churchill 1951 to 1955 Conservatives Anthony Eden 1955 to 1957 Conservatives Harold Macmillan 1957 to 1963 Conservatives Alec…
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Course of History

The V Bomber Force

The V Bomber Force was the nickname given to Britain's three bombers during the Cold War that were capable of delivering nuclear bombs and formed part of Britain's nuclear deterrent. The V Bomber Force was made up of the Vickers Valiant, the Avro Vulcan and the Handley Page Victor. The development of three bombers during the Cold War by the British was done to give the government increased freedom from US foreign policy.
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History Timelines

Recommended World War Two websites

Www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/2WW.htm www.ww2incolour.com www.world-war-pictures.com www.mempackcompany.com (memorabilia company) www.alan-howarth.com/second-world-war-blackpool-memories.html www.secondworldwarni.org - Northern Ireland and WW2 www.51hd.co.uk - information on the 51st Highland Division www.
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Peoples, Nations, Events

The Roman Army and warfare

The Roman Army was considered the most advanced of its time. The Roman Army created the Roman Empire - a huge part of Western Europe - and Rome itself greatly benefited from the riches that the army brought back from its conquered territories. The Roman Army developed fighting techniques that were linked to a ferocious training regime.
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History Podcasts

Battle of Goose Green

The Battle for Goose Green was the first major land conflict of the Falklands War. By the end of the Battle for Goose Green, men from 2 Para, the Parachute Regiment, had captured Goose Green and the surrounding area but had lost their commander, Lieutenant-Colonel 'H' Jones who was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross for his leadership and bravery during the battle.
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History Timelines

Operation Rolling Thunder

Operation Rolling Thunder was the name given to America's sustained bombing campaign against North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Operation Rolling Thunder was a demonstration of America's near total air supremacy during the Vietnam War. It was started in an effort to demoralise the North Vietnamese people and to undermine the capacity of the government in North Vietnam to govern.
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