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Periods in History

A Bit About Britain's History
(the Roman Conquest)
Early British History
ROMAN43AD – approx 425ADWhat did the Romans do for Britain?
DARK AGESFrom approx 425AD – 1066
(the Norman Conquest).
Sometimes called the ‘Early Medieval Period’.
The time of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
Dark Age Britain
Vikings murder defenceless monks
Why London is the capital of Britain
(the Battle of Bosworth)
Sometimes divided into ‘the High Middle Ages’
up to the 13th C
and the ‘Late Middle Ages’ from 1300-1500
How the Normans shaped world history
Brits invent parliamentary democracy
How Scotland was born
Whatever happened to Wales?
Why France isn’t part of Britain
When death walked the land
A violent royal soap opera
TUDOR1485-1603The victor of Bosworth
Losing our religion – how Henry VIII changed the world and his wife
Dawn of Empire
STUART1603-1714The Stuarts and the Republic of Britain
Glorious Revolution
When Britain got a German king
Sometimes referred to as ‘Hanoverian’
The last battle
British expansion
Why they don’t play cricket in the USA
Britain’s industrial revolution
The greatest happiness of the greatest number
Revolting Britain
How Britain got the vote
VICTORIAN1837-1901Wasn’t Victorian Britain great?
Poor Britain
The Empire on which the sun never set
EDWARDIAN1901-1914Fog in Channel, Europe cut off
How did the First World War happen?
MODERN 11914-1945Britain and the First World War
The legacy of 1914-18
Britain in the 1920s and ’30s?
Could Britain have avoided war in 1939?
Britain and the Second World War 1939-45
MODERN 21945-2000Shop till you drop – Britain since 1945

You can read more about periods in history at: A Bit About Britain

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