Australia’s role as a penal colony from 1788; the importance of Lachlan Macquarie: the development of Sydney; land grants to ex-convicts and development up the Hawkesbury River; the growth of Macquarie towns,
Impact of British settlement on Aborigines in Tasmania and New South Wales, 1788-1829,
The spreading impact
Tensions between colonists and the British, 1770–75:,
Clashes between British forces and rebels, 1775–76; the Declaration of Independence and Articles of Confederation,
Britain's defeat, 1778–83:
Edexcel History A-Level (Paper 1, Option 1F: In search of the American Dream: the USA, c1917– 96)- Historical Interpretations/ What impact did the Reagan presidency (1981–89) have on the USA in the years 1981–96?
The political nature and governmental system of Upper and Lower Canada and the perceived threat from the USA,
The revolts of 1837–38,
The importance of the Earl of Durham's appointment as High Commissioner; the roles of Charles Buller and Edward Gibbon Wakefield; the main recommendations and importance of the Durham Report.
The role of the East India Company and the Governor General; the importance of Bengal and the Company Army,
William Sleeman’s campaign against Thagi: the drive against Sati and female infanticide; the impact of missionaries.,
The Indian Rebellion