The Cold War 1991-1945
The Cold War 1991-1945 follows the NSW HSC Modern History syllabus, but is equally useful for students studying IB History and A-Levels. The book covers all the major periods of the Cold War from the origins and developments, through the major crises, detente and the end of the Cold War.
The focus of the book is on the geopolitical as well as ideological factors that shaped the great rivalry between the superpowers.
Click on the link below to purchase the book directly from Cengage Learning for $41.95 (Australian dollars)
The Cold War is a 5 hour live webinar course with Brad Kelly, author of The Cold War 1945-1991.
The course is structured into four parts covering the origins of the Cold War until 1953, the development of the Cold War until 1968, the period of detente until 1979, and the renewal and end of the Cold War until 1991.
The course also includes a complimentary copy of Brad’s book. Click on the link below for more information and to register.
Who doesn’t love a bit of old school learning nostalgia?
The Cold War old school correspondence is broken up into four modules – each delivered weekly over a four week period. You’ll receive all learning materials including course materials, MP4 lecture files, and 2 one hour zoom sessions with Brad to check in on progress.
Plus you’ll receive a free copy of Brad’s book The Cold War 1945-1991. Click on the link below to sign up. Intake is on the first of each month.
Here’s what people are saying about our Cold War courses
“Easily most informative course I’ve done in 2 years!” Sydney participant, Independent.
“My understanding of how to tackle this unit has improved greatly thanks to this course.” Sydney participant, Catholic.
“Brad was informative and had deep content knowledge that was accessible to learn.” Sydney participant, Catholic.
“Useful discussion about what areas of the unit to emphasise.” Sydney participant, DET.
“Really thoughtful and well-developed program!” Sydney participant, Catholic.
“The clarity of the themes and linking ideas are useful.” Sydney participant, DET.
“Fantastic discussion. Was interesting to learn from more experienced teachers.” Sydney participant, DET.
“Most enjoyable cross-exchange of ideas, perspectives and resources I’ve ever been to!” Sydney participant, Independent.