(Previously known as 'Learning from Artefacts: Life in Germany 1919-1939')


Bookings between January – July 2018 are now open.

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Session outline

Students will deepen their understanding of how political, economic and social change in Germany affected the people who lived there. They will use artefacts and archive material to make links between individuals, groups and events.

Learning objectives
  • To gain an insight into the breadth of experience of people living in Germany at that time, through the personal stories of men, women and children
  • To deepen understanding of the impact of propaganda and indoctrination in Nazi Germany
  • To understand how changes in laws and policy impacted on different sections of society. Many were persecuted, while others prospered
Resources for your visit


Curriculum Links: KS3 History Curriculum: Challenges for Britain, Europe and the wider world 1901 to the present day.

KS4 History Curriculum: British and the wider world depth studies.

Literacy Curriculum: Developing speaking and listening skills.

Duration: 45 minutes

Cost: £70 per group (min 16 - max 30)

Key Stage Suitability: KS3 - Post 16. SEN students working at KS3 or above.

Branch: IWM North