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This online course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying history at university, exploring an extremely important period of British history and encountering a range of historical methods in the process.Online CourseInstant Start!4-6 hours studyAges 16+
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The ‘Great War’ has been described as a watershed moment in British society, sweeping away the social certainties of the Edwardian period. Its literature often portrays the collision of unquestioning patriotism and idealism with the disillusioning brutality of trench warfare. In this course we will examine the impact of World War I on British society and culture, exploring in particular the politics, ideology, and literature of the time. We will consider both traditional and revisionist interpretations, discussing the enduring power of myth and literature in affecting how the war has been remembered.
Emphasis will be placed on the use of primary sources in order to supplement the lecture material and bring it to life, and the course is packed with supplementary material including audio recordings, video, image sources, enabling students to gain a firm grasp of the concepts studied whilst also developing the skills required of a modern historian.
|Course Pre-requisites||Advanced level of English|
An interest and enthusiasm for history, with particular reference to European history This course would suit students studying towards A-level History or equivalent.
|Course Level||For students applying to university to study history or related subjects|
|Prior Knowledge||No prior knowledge is required to take this course, just enthusiasm for the subject.|
|Workload||4-6 hours (further independent study is encouraged)|
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