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Curriculum Library 2014

Educational videos for Secondary Schools

History


Welcome to the history section of the Curriculum Library catalogue The following pages detail the history programs in the Curriculum Library. You’ll find everything from old favourites to exciting titles coming soon. We’ve included extra information such as Australian Curriculum links and term update info. We hope that your school will enjoy the significant advancement in quality of our latest programs. Each new release now aligns to the Australian Curriculum, with an age level to suit the intended year group audience. All are HD 1080p quality, equipped with lesson-enhancing additional resources and closed captions. We’ve taken a lot of care to ensure we meet the biggest educational resource needs of Australian schools. Some of our new series include exclusive teaching resources that equip teachers with the perfect match of visual material for their lesson requirements. The Curriculum Library constantly evolves thanks to new content updates every term. Look out for exclusive titles coming soon over the next 12 months. Many thanks, Evan Clark ClickView Founder and CEO

What else is in the Curriculum Library?

Catalogue Key

Titles per subject Arts

39

Physical Education

89 29

Careers

101

Psychology

Economics and Business

111

Religion

7

64

Science

365

English Geography History Languages

109 82 5

Society and Culture

53

Study Skills

15

Teacher Professional Dev.

27

Legal Studies

32

Technologies

Mathematics

44

VET

139

Total

Personal Dev. and Health

New titles available every term

267 49 1627

Mapped to the Australian Curriculum

Term Update T414 indicates that the title was included in the Term 4 2014 update AR - Additional Resources Student activities and support notes to assist teachers Australian Curriculum Curriculum code as per ACARA

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@ClickView

Video quality up to 1080p


History ClickView’s picks

Ancient China

HNN History Series

HNN History Series

Ancient China: Life of Confucius

Australia and The Great Depression

Australia and the Vietnam War

This series explores the history and social hierarchy of ancient China. It looks at Confucius and his life, teachings and the myths that surround him.

In this program, the HNN team turns back the clock back to the 1920s and 30s, and The Great Depression. The team explores the events and circumstances leading up to the Depression, the effects on various people in Australian society, political divides and secret armies, and legacies of the Depression.

The Vietnam War was the longest major conflict in which Australians were involved. Australians first sent troops to Vietnam in 1962. By 1968, as Australian forces rose to over 8000, opposition to conscription led to huge public protests. Australian forces withdrew in 1972, with a ceasefire signed in 1973.

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2013 | 10 min | Australia | AR | T114

2006 | 30 min | Australia | AR | T306

2006 | 32 min | Australia | AR | T306

Australia as a Global Citizen

Australia Since World War Two

Australian National Identity

After World War Two, Australia broke free from its ties with England and began operating on an international level, as a global citizen. This program explores Australia’s role within the UN, including UNESCO, the UN conventions and East Timor, as well as its regional agreements, such as the Colombo Plan.

Featuring interviews with Malcolm Fraser, Aden Ridgeway, Robert Manne and Humphrey McQueen, this fascinating program looks at some of the major social changes in Australia since 1945.

This program explores the national identity of Australia, and the events, people, actions and conflicts that have helped to shape our unique identity. It traces the transformation of Australia’s identity from one that was dependent on race, gender and cultural background, to one that is more inclusive.

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2010 | 22 min | Australia | AR | T410

2006 | 27 min | Australia | AR | T206

2010 | 20 min | Australia | AR | T210

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Investigating History

Japan Under the Shoguns

Ancient China

This series explores the people and evidence that helps to understand the ancient past. The first clip outlines how archaeologists and historians investigate the ancient past. The second clip explores the range of sources that can be used in an historical investigation. The third clip considers ancient Australia.

For nearly 700 years, Japan was ruled by a series of military leaders known as shoguns. The first half provides a chronological timeline of key events from the imperial Nara and Heian periods to the three shogunates: Kamakura, Muromachi and Tokugawa. The second half looks at life in shogunate Japan.

Key Groups in Ancient China

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2014 | 37 min | Australia | AR | T314

2014 | 19 min | Australia | AR | T314

2013 | 25 min | Australia | AR | T114

Deconstructing Australian History

The Development of Multiculturalism in Australia

HNN History Series

Organised Labour

This series explores the history and social hierarchy of ancient China. Investigating the key groups of Chinese society, and the role law and religion played throughout society.

The Eureka Stockade

This series explores Australian history and focuses on a variety of events that affected the country. These include the Eureka stockade, organised labour between the 1800s and the 21st century, the Great Depression, the involvement in the Vietnam War, and a series of Australian government immigration policies.

The history of multiculturalism in Australia has not been without its controversies. This program explores the growth of multiculturalism in Australia from the racist policies of the early 1900s through to WWII developments that ultimately led to the current multicultural society that Australia enjoys.

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2009 | 45 min | Australia | T309

2010 | 21 min | Australia | AR | T310

2006 | 31 min | Australia | AR | T306

Ably assisted by a range of experts, the HNN team turns its attention to The Eureka Stockade in this program. The team examines various aspects of The Eureka Stockade, the events leading up to it, key figures involved, women and Eureka, and the aftermath and legacies from it.

Coming Soon The Tokugawa Shogunate: Social and Foreign Policies The Tokugawa Shogunate was a period of relative stability, in part due to its strict social and foreign policies. This clip explores the social laws and codes that controlled all aspects of Japanese society. The foreign policy of ‘Sakoku’ and its demise following Commander Perry’s visit is also examined.

HNN History Series

Ancient Greece

The White Australia Policy

The Black Death

In this program, the HNN team looks into The White Australia Policy, which was enacted by the first Bill to pass before a Federal Australian Government. It determined which nationalities and races of people could migrate to Australia, and played a major part in shaping the country’s population during the 20th century.

The Vikings

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2014 | 17 min | Australia | AR | T314

2006 | 32 min | Australia | AR | T306 4


Ancient China

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Aboriginal History: Life Stories and Aboriginal Views

This program is an opportunity for students to consider significant dates in Australian history from the perspective of the Aboriginal people, who tell their versions of events that have shaped Australia. It features interviews from prominent Aboriginal figures, who speak about cultural dispossession and resistance.

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A Continent for a Nation: The Path to Federation

This program gives a good overview of how Australia’s six colonies peacefully united to form one country. It reveals the eccentric natures of Australia’s founding fathers, and follows the path of a constitution dropped by politicians then revived by the people. The video contains rare photographs and video footage.

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1995 AUS

This series explores the history and social hierarchy of ancient China. It looks at Confucius and his life, teachings and the myths that surround him. It also investigates the key groups of Chinese society, and the role law and religion played throughout society. This series includes the following titles:

Anzac Day: World War I (Senior)

Assimilation Series

Ancient China: Life of Confucius

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ACDSEH042

2013 AUS

Key Groups in Ancient China

T114

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ACDSEH041

2013 AUS

This program presents an Australian perspective on World War I, including its impact on the country. It covers the background to the war, as well as stories of Australians at Gallipoli and other Australian campaigns. This video is ideal for students in secondary schools.

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ACDSEH095

1985 AUS

In the 1920s and 30s, a concern for ‘racial purity’ and the doctrine of Eugenics became an obsession in many countries. The first program explores early views on race, and the attitudes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. The second program focuses on assimilation policies and examines why such policies failed. This series includes the following titles:

Australia as a Global Citizen

Australian Explorers

Genocide by Another Name

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ACDSEH104

2006 AUS

We Have Survived

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ACDSEH106

2006 AUS

After World War II, Australia broke free from its ties with England and began operating on an international level, as a global citizen. This program explores Australia’s role within the UN, including UNESCO, the UN conventions and East Timor, as well as its regional agreements, such as the Colombo Plan.

T410

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ACDSEH023 ACDSEH110

2010 AUS

This series focuses on Australian explorers such as Captain Cook, Bass and Flinders, the obstacles they faced during their journeys, and how they have influenced modern Australian life. It also uses classroom re-enactments to bring to life an explorer’s journey across the Blue Mountains. This series includes the following titles:

Australian History

Australian Explorers: Part 1

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ACHHK116 and more…

1998 AUS

Australian Explorers: Part 2

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ACHHK116 and more…

1998 AUS

This series examines a range of significant events in Australian history. It explores the First Australians, European settlement, the White Australia Policy, the Great Depression, the Vietnam War, the Stolen Generation, World War II, the Mabo decision, the 2000 Sydney Olympics and much more. This series includes the following titles: Australian History: Part 1

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ACDSEH020 and more…

2002 AUS

Australian History: Part 2

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ACDSEH121

2002 AUS

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Australian Migration

This series explores the history of Australian migration from 1788 to the present day. Segmented into three sections, it looks at the colonisation of Australia and the Gold Rush period, the federation and development of Australia, including the Immigration Restriction Act and the rise of multiculturalism.

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History

This series includes the following titles:

Australian Women’s Heritage Series

Australian Migration (1788-1900) - The Colonial Years

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ACDSEH083 and more…

2013 AUS

Australian Migration (1901-1945) - The Federation Years

T413

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ACDSEH083 and more…

2012 AUS

Australian Migration (1945 Onwards) - Post WWII

T413

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ACDSEH083 and more…

2012 AUS

This series looks at the history of women in Australia, and the significant historical events that occurred. It examines the lives of women during the Depression and Gold Rush, covers both World Wars, and looks at immigration, voting, the post-war baby boom, contraception, work, equal pay and much more. This series includes the following titles: 1788-1901

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ACDSEH091

2004 AUS

1901-1945

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ACDSEH081

1986 AUS

1945-1986

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ACDSEH121

2004 AUS

Australia Since World War II

Featuring interviews with Malcolm Fraser, Aden Ridgeway, Robert Manne and Humphrey McQueen, this fascinating program looks at some of the major social changes in Australia since 1945.

T206

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ACDSEH027 ACDSEH149 ACDSEH122

2006 AUS

Australian Bushrangers (Years 7-10)

This program considers the question why has Ned Kelly become one of Australia’s most popular folk heroes? It provides an in-depth look at what shaped today’s Australian character, the impact on the language and traditions of an emerging nation, and the processes of becoming a nation of law-abiding citizens.

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ACDSEH083

1986 AUS

Australian Gold Rushes (Years 7-10)

The first part of this program focuses on early recordings and discoveries of gold by Hargraves, Tom and Lister. Then it shifts to the gold fever, Eureka Stockate, riot at Lambing Flat, and gold towns. The third part focuses on alluvial methods, reef mining methods and deep shaft methods.

T305

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ACDSEH089 ACDSEH091 ACDSEH084

1986 AUS

Australian Government

This program presents an explanation on the three levels of government – federal, state and local – as well as the main distinctions between them. It also traces the history of the Australian system of government by considering why we need government.

T305

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ACHHK113

2000 AUS

Australian National Identity

This program explores the national identity of Australia, and the events, people, actions and conflicts that have helped to shape our unique identity. It traces the transformation of Australia’s identity from one that was dependent on race, gender and cultural background, to one that is more inclusive.

T210

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ACDSEH144 ACDSEH145 ACDSEH147 ACDSEH149 ACDSEH121 and more…

2010 AUS

Australians in Vietnam

The Vietnam War was the longest major conflict in which Australians were involved. Australians first sent troops to Vietnam in 1962. By 1968, as Australian forces rose to over 8000, opposition to conscription led to huge public protests. Australian forces withdrew in 1972, with a ceasefire signed in 1973.

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ACDSEH146

1990 AUS

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Conflict in Indochina: Post WWII

This program deals with conflict in Indochina, from the 1956 Geneva conference and “Americanisation” to the peace movement and agreement, the withdrawal of US troops, and the collapse of the South.

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Conflict in the Modern World: original footage and clear, accessible commentary. It is divided into three sections: the origins of World War I, Versailles and the League Origins of World War I and II

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2008 UK

This dramatised program explores the journey of the First Fleet and re-enacts the early years of British colonisation of Australia. It looks at life in “Old Sydney Town”, and traces convict past using original maps and archival drawings.

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2003 AUS

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Causes of World War I - What Caused the Great War?

This program investigates the causes of the Great War, by examining the three “isms” – militarism, nationalism and imperialism. Other factors that are considered include the Alliance system, the fall of Bismarckian Diplomacy, the July Crisis and the Schlieffen Plan.

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ACDSEH021

1999 AUS

1999 AUS

This program shows key moments from 20th century history with

of Nations, and the rise of Germany.

Convict Life in 1788

Deconstructing Australian History

This series explores Australian history and focuses on a variety of events that affected the country. These include the Eureka stockade, organised labour between the 1800s and the 21st century, The Great Depression, involvement in the Vietnam War, and a series of Australian government immigration policies. This series includes the following titles: Eureka

T309

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ACDSEH091

2009 AUS

Organised Labour

T309

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ACDSEH091

2009 AUS

The Great Depression

T409

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ACOKFH018

2009 AUS

Vietnam War

T309

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ACDSEH146

2009 AUS

White Australia Policy

T409

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ACDSEH092

2009 AUS

East Timor, Australia and Indonesia: A Tortured Triangle

This program uses rarely seen archival footage from a variety of sources to show the changing relationships between East Timor, Australia and Indonesia over a 30-year period.

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ACOKFH021

2000 AUS

East Timor: From Colonisation to Independence

This program looks at key developments since 1974 in the history of East Timor and the events surrounding the referendum in August 1999.

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Exploring Indigenous Australia Series

2000 AUS

This series examines Indigenous Australia and the events that followed European Settlement. Topics covered include the kinship system, the Tent Embassy, Eddie Mabo, the coming of the Europeans, wars, massacres, disease, dispossession, reserves, racism, stolen generations, missions, land rights and much more. This series includes the following titles: Missions, Settlements and Reserves

T105

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1999 AUS

The Aboriginal Civil Rights Movement

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1999 AUS

White Australia has a Black History

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1999 AUS


Growing Up in Australia Series

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From Tribes to Boat People

This program looks at the population and diversity of people in Australia. It examines the Indigenous population, how the ethnic mix of Australia has changed over time, the migration of Europeans and other groups, and much more.

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1998 AUS

This series explores growing up in Australia. It covers topics such as the development of Australia’s white history and colonial community, the effects of war and the threat of unemployment and poverty, the changing lives of Australian youth, and the emergence of the new sub-group of ‘teenagers’. This series includes the following titles:

HNN History Series

1788 - 1901

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ACDSEH081

2004 AUS

1901 - 1946

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ACDSEH109 ACDSEH081

2004 AUS

1946 - 1985

T205

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ACDSEH121

2004 AUS

This series turns back the clock and explores important events in Australian history. These events include the Great Depression, the Vietnam War and the aftermath, Eureka, the Eureka Stockade and the aftermath, organised labour, and the White Australia Policy. This series includes the following titles: Australia and The Great Depression

T306

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ACOKFH018

2006 AUS

Australia and the Vietnam War

T306

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ACDSEH146

2006 AUS

Eureka - The True Story - Investigating History

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ACDSEH091

2006 AUS

The Eureka Stockade

T306

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ACDSEH091

2006 AUS

The History of Organised Labour in Australia

T306

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ACDSEH091 ACDSEH088

2006 AUS

The White Australia Policy

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ACDSEH145

2006 AUS

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2010 AUS

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2014 AUS

Inquiry Skills in the Study of History

In this program, two students explore the elements behind inquiry skills in history. We look at the process of historical research, how to write focus questions and a hypothesis, examine the differences between different sources, evaluate sources, and develop and appropriately format historical responses.

Investigating History

This series explores the people and evidence that help us understand the ancient past. The first clip outlines how archaeologists and historians investigate the ancient past. The second clip explores the range of sources that can be used in a historical investigation. The third clip considers ancient Australia.

Investigating Local Histories

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This series looks at local histories with assistance from the NSW Heritage Assistance Program and the Heritage Council of NSW. It shows simple, effective ways to conduct your own heritage site study using interviews and other methods, and examines the history and people living on three very different streets. This series includes the following titles:

Japan Under the Shoguns

Investigating Heritage: How to Undertake a Heritage Study

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ACHHK061

1994 AUS

Streetscape Studies: Observation, Investigation and Participation

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ACHHK061 and more…

1996 AUS

For nearly 700 years, Japan was ruled by a series of military leaders known as shoguns. The first half provides a chronological timeline of key events from the imperial Nara and Heian periods to the three shogunates: Kamakura, Muromachi and Tokugawa. The second half looks at life in shogunate Japan.

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2014 AUS

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1998 AUS

Life at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

This program looks at how people lived at the beginning of the twentieth century. In London, in particular, people lived in cramped conditions, and the divide between the rich and the poor was immense. This video also covers monumental changes such as the role of women and suffragettes.

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ACOKFH017 ACDSEH081

2004 AUS

Life in Ancient Egypt - History, Culture and Everyday Life

This is a general introduction to the history and culture of ancient Egypt. It covers geography, timeline, archaeology, death and funerary practices, social structure, marriage and family, personal appearance, the home, furnishings, food and social life, peasants and agriculture, craft, transport, and religious life.

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ACOKFH003 ACDSEH032 ACDSEH002 ACDSEH033

1990 AUS

Life Under Adolf Hitler

In Germany between 1933 and 1945, every aspect of life was influenced or affected in some way by Hitler and the Nazi Party. This program uses rare historical footage from archives around the world to portray the essential nature of life under Adolf Hitler, in all its major guises.

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ACDSEH024

1999 AUS

Life Under Stalin: A Totalitarian Regime

Joseph Stalin won the struggle for power following Lenin’s death, and was a visionary but ruthless leader. Under his totalitarian regime, Russia’s industry prospered and the quality of life improved. However, the Russian people lived in perpetual fear of persecution.

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1999 AUS

Maori Land Protests - Hikoi and Bastion Point

The 1970s was a period characterised by the push for Indigenous equality and land rights. This program explores the reasons for the 1970s Maori protest movement, the 1975 Hikoi protest march, the Occupation Bastion Point in 1977, and how Aotearoa, New Zealand has changed since the protests.

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2013 AUS

Memories of Jimmy Cook

This is the story of the Tharawal people from Botany Bay, as they recall James Cook from the stories handed down over the generations.

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ACDSEH020

2000 AUS

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

This program examines the current state of Indigenous psychological and physical health in Australia. Some relevant reports are cited and their findings discussed.

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ACDSEH143

2003 AUS

Peter Townsend: Poverty in the UK

It was widely believed that poverty in Britain had been all but eliminated with the construction of the welfare state and post-war affluence. But while politicians were telling people they had never had it so good, social scientists were re-discovering poverty.

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Progressive Ideologies

The period between 1750 and 1918 was a time of great political, social and economic change. The very fabric of human society and thought was shifting in profound ways. In this program, we dig deep into history to examine the major shifts from imperialism to nationalism, capitalism to egalitarianism.

T112

Propaganda - 1: WWI Germany and Australia 2: WWII - Britain, Germany and Australia

This is a collection of archival footage from the propaganda films produced during the First and Second World Wars. They came at a stage when the Allies were justifying continuing the war or arousing sufficient emotion to gain the support of other Allies.

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Knights and Castles - Life Behind the Drawbridge

During the Middle Ages, castles held the key to power and dominated the landscape. This program examines the structure and purpose of castles, castle life, knights, war, and the end of castles. It also looks at why they were built, life inside them, and the reasons for their demise.

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1998 AUS

The Development of Multiculturalism in Australia

The history of multiculturalism in Australia has not been without its controversies. This program explores the growth of multiculturalism in Australia from the racist policies of the early 1900s through to WWII developments that ultimately led to the current multicultural society that Australia enjoys.

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ACDSEH145 ACDSEH147 ACDSEH092

2010 AUS

The Great Depression

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Issues concerning reconciliation are discussed at two Sydney conferences in 1997. Speakers include Noel Pearson, Lois O’Donoghue and Henry Reynolds.

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Talking Native Title and Reconciliation

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This series looks at the Great Depression and the events that led to it. It examines the impact of World War I, the economic, agricultural and societal conditions that lead to the Crash of ’29, the influence of the “Gold Standard”, the work camps in Canada, high tariffs on imports and much more. This series includes the following titles: The Great Depression: Part 1

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ACOKFH018

2004 AUS

The Great Depression: Part 2

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ACOKFH018

2004 AUS

The Middle East - Roadmap or Roadblock to Peace?

This program examines the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and covers a number of defining events that have shaped today’s Middle East. ABC footage of interviews with politicians and civilians from both sides of the conflict is featured throughout.

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2004 AUS

The Russian Revolution: From the Last Tsar to Lenin

A revolution overthrowing Romanov rule had been expected in Russia for some decades prior to 1917. Perhaps the more remarkable feature about it was not that it occurred, but that the Tsarist regime lasted as long as it did.

T405

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1998 AUS

The Tokugawa Shogunate Social and Foreign Policies

The Tokugawa Shogunate was a period of relative stability, in part due to its strict social and foreign policies. This clip explores the social laws and codes that controlled all aspects of Japanese society. The foreign policy of ‘Sakoku’ and its demise following Commander Perry’s visit is also examined.

T314

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The Treaty of Waitangi - An Introduction

Reaching agreement on the meaning and ‘spirit’ of the Treaty of Waitangi has led to fierce debate and conflict. This program considers events prior to the signing, consequences of the signing, differences in the two versions of the Treaty, the Treaty in the 20th century, and the Waitangi Tribunal.

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The Troubles in Northern Ireland

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2014 AUS

2013 AUS

This series explores the history of the troubles in Northern Ireland with a focus on 20th century social and political unrest, and the key groups and individuals involved. It also features interviews with academics, MPs, nationalists and more. This series includes the following titles:

The Western Front: World War I - The First Global Conflict

The Troubles in Northern Ireland Part 1

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The Troubles in Northern Ireland Part 2

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The Troubles in Northern Ireland Part 3

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The video concentrates on the Western Front, where all the major combatants believed the war would be won or lost. After four years of the bloodiest conflict the world had seen, and after nine million casualties, it was won by the Entente.

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Women in Australia: 1890 1990

This program uses archival footage and photographs to portray the changing role of women in Australian society over a century, between 1890 and 1990. It has been split into four parts: 1890 – 1907, 1920 – 35, 1939 – 50, and 1960 – now (late 1980s).

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1988 AUS

World War I - The Australian Home Front

This program powerfully brings World War I to life using photographic and film sources, original songs, newspaper headlines, posters and sketches of the war. It examines the Australian home front, women’s wartime role, recruitment and conscription issues, and the final declaration of peace.

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1987 AUS

World War II - A Personalised View by Stuart Glover

This program examines the major events and turning points of World War II, particularly the campaigns involving Australian forces, from the perspective of Stuart Glover, who spent four years at sea during the War. Glover expresses his own opinion of the naivety of British and Australian attitudes in 1930s.

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World War II - Conflict in the Pacific

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Vietnam History: A Culture in Conflict

Suitable for modern history and Vietnamese studies, this is a presentation of the history and impact of conflict from French colonialism to the present. This program presents an outline of life in modern Vietnam twenty years after re-unification, and incorporates remarkable footage of Hanoi and surrounding areas.

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This series looks at World War II and the conflict in the Pacific. It examines the emergence of Japan as a major power, the bombing of Darwin and Pearl Harbour, the A-bomb and the subsequent controversy over its use, the Battle of Midway, the consequences of the war in the Pacific and much more. This series includes the following titles: World War II - Conflict in the Pacific Part 1

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ACDSEH108 and more…

2003 AUS

World War II - Conflict in the Pacific Part 2

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ACDSEH107 and more…

2003 AUS

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History Curriculum Library 2014  

The following pages detail the history programs in the Curriculum Library. You’ll find everything from old favourites to exciting titles com...