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    • Cold War
      • Why the Cold War started.
        • Wartime Alliance.
        • Atomic bomb.
        • Arms race.
        • Ideology.
        • Germany.
        • Korea.
      • Soviet policy in Eastern Europe.
        • De-Stalinisation.
        • Czechoslovakia.
        • Poland.
        • Berlin.
        • Hungary.
      • Cuban Missile Crisis
        • Castro's victory in Cuba.
        • US foriegn policy / arms race.
        • Khrushchev's domestic position.
        • Kennedy's domestic position.
        • Khrushchev's view of Kennedy.
        • Ideology.
        • Mistakes of the leaders.
      • Vietnam War
        • Difficulties faced by the US military.
        • Relative strength of North and South Vietnam.
        • Failure of US military methods.
        • Public opinion in USA.
        • International isolation of USA.
      • Why the Cold War ended.
        • Soviet economic weakness.
        • Gorbachev.
        • Reagan.
        • Western economic strength.
        • Afghanistan.
        • Failure of Communism in Eastern Europe.
    • Migration and Empire
      • Migration of Scots.
        • Internal migration.
        • Emigration.
      • Impact of Scots on the Empire.
        • Canada.
        • India.
        • New Zealand.
        • Australia.
      • Experience of immigrants in Scotland.
        • Jews.
        • Lithuanians.
        • Italians.
        • Catholic Irish.
        • Protestant Irish.
      • Impact on Scotland.
        • Impact of the Empire on Scotland.
        • Impact of migration on Scotland.
          • Lithuanians.
          • Italians.
          • Irish.
          • Jews.
    • British Politics
      • Why Britain became more democratic.
        • Pressure groups.
        • Economic and social factors.
        • Party advantage.
        • WW1.
        • Other countries.
      • How democratic was Britain.
        • Franchise/ voting.
        • Corruption.
        • Seats.
        • MP's.
        • House of Lords.
      • Women and the vote.
        • Other countries.
        • NUWSS.
        • WSPU.
        • Changing attitudes.
        • WW1 in general.
        • Women's war work.
      • Why the Liberals introduced reforms.
        • National efficiency.
        • National security.
        • Booth and Rowntree surveys.
        • Other countries.
        • Changing attitudes.
      • The effectiveness of the Liberal reforms.
        • Young.
        • Old.
        • Sick.
        • Unemployed
        • Low paid.

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