As intellectual and physical hoizons widened, people living in Early Modern Britain experienced profound political, religious, social and cultural changes. The tensions these created led to civil war and revolution, a "united kingdom", and the beginning of modern technological and scientific advance. Yet there was continuity, too, in the lives and work of ordinary people. One of a series of five books covering core History Study Units for Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum, this volume offers an investigative approach and combines straightforward text with time-charts and diagrams. A wide range of visual and documentary sources encourages pupils to tackle the Attainment Targets for this Key Stage with enjoyment and increasing confidence in their historical skills.
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