"Britons at War" vividly recreates wartime Britain through a detailed three-part drama which follows the experiences of 10-year-old Johnny in a period of traumatic change in British history.
Before the dramas, a scene setting documentary, "The Road to War", charts the mood of the nation through the 1930's depression.
A second documentary, "Never Again", takes us from the end of the war in 1945 to the feel-good festival of Britain in 1951.
This title includes: "Curriculum Connections"; "Life in the 1930s"; "Technology in the 1930s"; "Hitler and the Jews"; "Wartime London"; "Wartime in the country"; "The Blitz"; "Features of war"; "Building in the 1950s"; "Life in the 1950s"; "The welfare state"; and "Evacuation".
The features include: downloadable support material making lesson planning quick and easy, and greater flexibility and control, making them easy to incorporate into your lessons.It can be used on computers with DVD-Rom drives and is ideal for use on interactive whiteboards.
The DVD is fully searchable, allowing you to go straight to what you need without cueing.
The Programmes include: The Road to War; Nelson's Eye; Run Rabbit, Run; The Admiralty Regrets; and, Never Again.