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Nelson Modern History revolves around the idea that History is an interpretive study of the past by which we develop an understanding of the making of the modern world.
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Civil Rights in the United States of America
The Age of Imperialism 1848 – 1914
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Recognition and Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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World War 1
Power and Authority in the Modern World
Investigating Modern History
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Philosophy and Ethics: Year 11 General
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