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History for Common Entrance 13+ Revision Guide (for the June 2022 exams)

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History for Common Entrance 13+ Revision Guide reflects the style and content of the new ISEB Common Entrance syllabus and provides essential support and guidance for thorough exam preparation.
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i: Introduction
A: Medieval Realms: Britain 1066-1485


1: The Norman Conquest


1.1: Background to the Conquest
1.2: Preparations for the invasion
1.3: The Battle of Stamford Bridge, 25 September 1066
1.4: The Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066


2: Conquered England


2.1: Medieval rule and the Feudal System
2.2: Revolts and rebellions
2.3: New buildings
2.4: The Domesday Book
2.5: Life in the manor


3: The sons of William I


3.1: William II (1087-1100)
3.2: Henry I (1100-35)
3.3: Matilda
3.4: The Church
3.5: Monasteries and nunneries


4: From civil war to Henry II


4.1: Stephen (1135-54)
4.2: Henry II (1154-89)
4.3: Thomas Becket
4.4: Eleanor of Aquitaine and the sons of Henry II


5: Richard I, the Crusades and King John


5.1: The First Crusade
5.2: Richard I (1189-99) and the Third Crusade
5.3: John and the Angevin Empire
5.4: John and the Church
5.5: Magna Carta


6: Henry III and the Edwards


6.1: Henry III (1216-72)
6.2: Edward I (1272-1307)
6.3: Wales and Scotland
6.4: Edward II (1307-27)
6.5: The fall of Edward II
6.6: Edward III (1327-77)
6.7: The Battle of Crecy, 26 August 1346
6.8: The last years of Edward III


7: Life in the Middle Ages


7.1: Castles
7.2: The Jews
7.3: Medieval women
7.4: Medieval health and the Black Death


8: Richard II and life in the towns


8.1: Richard II (1377-99) and the Peasants' Revolt
8.2: The fall of Richard II
8.3: Towns
8.4: Guilds
8.5: Town government, law and order


9: The three Henrys


9.1: Henry IV (1399-1413)
9.2: Henry V (1413-22)
9.3: The Battle of Agincourt, 25 October 1415
9.4: Joan of Arc
9.5: Henry VI (1422-71)
9.6: The coming of civil war


10: The Wars of the Roses


10.1: The first war (1459-61)
10.2: Edward IV (1461-83)
10.3: The second war (1470-71)
10.4: Edward V and Richard III (1483-85)
10.5: The Battle of Bosworth, 22 August 1485




B: The Making of the United Kingdom: 1485-1750


11: Henry VII (1485-1509)


11.1: Securing the throne
11.2: The two pretenders
11.3: The tax rebellions
11.4: Foreign policy


12: Henry VIII (1509-47)


12.1: Early life and reign
12.2: Thomas Wolsey
12.3: The rise of Protestantism
12.4: The King's Great Matter
12.5: Cromwell and the Reformation
12.6: The six wives of Henry VIII


13: Edward VI (1547-53) and Mary I (1553-58)


13.1: Edward VI and the Protestant surge
13.2: Lady Jane Grey and Mary I
13.3: Wyatt's Rebellion (1554)
13.4: The Catholic resurgence


14: Elizabeth I (1558-1603)


14.1: Early life and reign
14.2: The Elizabethan Settlement
14.3: Mary, Queen of Scots
14.4: War with Spain
14.5: Elizabeth's government


15: Life in the sixteenth century


15.1: Trade
15.2: Poverty and the Poor Laws
15.3: Town and country
15.4: Women in the sixteenth century


16: James I (1603-25) and Charles I (1625-49)


16.1: James I and religion
16.2: James I and Parliament
16.3: Charles I and religion
16.4: Charles I and Parliament
16.5: Causes of the Civil War


17: Civil War (1642-49) and the Interregnum (1649-60)


17.1: The English Civil War
17.2: The Battle of Marston Moor, 2 July 1644
17.3: Oliver Cromwell and the New Model Army
17.4: The trial and execution of Charles I
17.5: Cromwell and Parliament
17.6: Ireland and Scotland
17.7: Richard Cromwell and the Restoration


18: Charles II (1660-85) and James II (1685-88)


18.1: Charles II
18.2: Plague and fire
18.3: Charles II and religion
18.4: James II and the Monmouth Rebellion
18.5: The Glorious Revolution
18.6: Culture and science


19: William III and Mary II (1689-1702) and Anne (1702-14)


19.1: William III and Mary II
19.2: Ireland and France
19.3: The Act of Settlement (1701)
19.4: Anne and war with France
19.5: The Battle of Blenheim, 13 August 1704
19.6: The Act of Union (1707)


20: George I (1714-27) and George II (1727-60)


20.1: George I and the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion
20.2: Parliament and Walpole
20.3: Trade and the empire
20.4: George II and war with Europe
20.5: The 1745 Jacobite Rebellion




C: Britain and Empire: 1750-1914


21: The Seven Years' War


21.1: Background
21.2: William Pitt the Elder
21.3: Wolfe and the fall of Quebec
21.4: British victories and the end of the campaign


22: The American Rebellion and World War


22.1: Background
22.2: The outbreak of war
22.3: The early war
22.4: The later war


23: The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars


23.1: The French Revolution
23.2: William Pitt the Younger
23.3: Horatio Nelson
23.4: The Trafalgar campaign
23.5: Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington
23.6: The Waterloo campaign


24: Dissent and calls for political reform, 1815-48


24.1: The rise of protest
24.2: The Reform Acts
24.3: Chartism


25: The Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions


25.1: The Agricultural Revolution
25.2: The Industrial Revolution
25.3: Public health


26: The transportation revolution


26.1: Roads
26.2: Canals
26.3: Rail
26.4: Telford and Brunel


27: Social and industrial reform


27.1: The slave trade
27.2: The abolition movement
27.3: Prison reform
27.4: Poor Law reform
27.5: Employment reform


28: Religious life, 1750-1914


28.1: Catholicism and the Oxford Movement
28.2: Methodism and the Evangelical movement


29: Victorian England: success, war and politics


29.1: Victoria's life
29.2: Victorian politics
29.3: The Great Exhibition
29.4: The Crimean War
29.5: Seacole and Nightingale
29.6: Women's suffrage


30: The British Empire and the road to war


30.1: India
30.2: The Indian Mutiny
30.3: South Africa
30.4: The Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902
30.5: Great Power rivalries, 1871-1914




ii: Essay question answers
iii: Test yourself answers
Appendix 1: Timelines


iv: The monarchs of England, 1066-1485
v: The monarchs of England, 1485-1750
vi: The monarchs of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, 1750-1900


Appendix 2: Family trees


vii: For Chapters 1-2
viii: For Chapters 3-5
ix: For Chapter 6
x: For Chapters 8-11
xi: For Chapters 12-14
xii: For Chapters 16-20
xiii: For Chapters 21-30
Ed Adams was educated at Sutton Valence School and the University of Exeter, where he gained degrees in Law and Medieval Studies. He lives in Kent.