EDUCATION WW2 http://www.bbc.co.uk/aroundscotland
Find out what life was like in Scotland in 1941.
Become an enemy spy and learn about rationing, the blackout
and evacuation. Hear what Scottish children of 1941 were thinking
and watch newsreel footage of the time.
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM http://www.iwm.org.uk/
This website complements the UK’s largest war
museum, housing the most significant collection of war memorabilia.
There is a large selection of online exhibitions which are
an excellent resource for anyone studying the history of war
in the 20th century, with loads of images, in-depth information
about each conflict, first-hand war accounts, letters, documents,
and activities for kids.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY http://www.nmsi.ac.uk/
This website is home to the National Railway
Museum, National Museum of Photography, Film & Television and
the Science Museum, collectively known as National Museum of
Science & Industry. Together they cover the most significant
developments in these areas over the last centuries. The sites
contain lots of reading material, games and helpful guides to
the museum collections. In particular, at the railway museum
you can take a virtual tour around some of the world's most
famous steam engines, and play a ‘Dolly the Sheep’ game in the
SCOTTISH MUSEUMS http://www.scottishmuseums.org.uk/htdocs/scottishmuseums/index.html
If you are interested in all areas of Scottish history
and enjoy visiting museums, you’ll find this website run by
the Scottish Museum’s Council is a good guide. Using the map
on the front page you can click through to discover the location
and information on any museum in Scotland.
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