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John Simkin

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Spartacus Educational

This website provides a series of encyclopaedias. Subjects covered so far include the Medieval World, Tudors & Stuarts, English Civil War, Industrial Revolution, Railways, the United States: 1700-1990, Russia: 1860-1990, Germany: 1900-90, France: 1900-1990, the American West, Black People in Britain, First World War, the Emancipation of Women, Spanish Civil War, Second World War, the Assassination of JFK, Cold War and the Vietnam War.

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/

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http://www.historygcse.org

HistoryGCSE.org is a revision site for SHP GCSE students and teachers. It features online lesson materials, lesson plans, study guides, quizzes, games and activities on a number of SHP curriculum areas including, the history of medicine, Germany 1919-45, and Ireland.

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The ATW appears to have been taken over by a commercial concern which has removed rival sites from its listings. This is a shame as it was such an excellent concept.

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The ATW appears to have been taken over by a commercial concern which has removed rival sites from its listings. This is a shame as it was such an excellent concept.

I have emailed Gary Pratt about this. I am furious about what he has done. It seems that my site has been replaced by a site that charges for resources:

http://www.teachable.net/history.aspx

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The ATW appears to have been taken over by a commercial concern which has removed rival sites from its listings. This is a shame as it was such an excellent concept.

I have emailed Gary Pratt about this. I am furious about what he has done. It seems that my site has been replaced by a site that charges for resources:

http://www.teachable.net/history.aspx

Yours and mine. Whereas we both carry advertising to keep our sites free to the end user this new ATW appears to be solely concerned with selling resources of a dubious quality.

On the "About Us" page of their website we find the following

" When you find a site that has useful material we would encourage you to donate or buy: many high quality sites have been forced to close in the last few years due to lack of funding."

:angry:

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