OCR A GCSE History

OCR A GCSE History

Timelines relevant to the OCR A GCSE History specification are a useful way of learning about events, recognising cause and effect, seeing change over time as well as understanding things that are happening at the same time. 

Across the Totally Timelines site there are a number of timelines that would help in the teaching, learning and revision of OCR A GCSE History topics. Some have been produced for a particular specification while others offer relevant and/or background information. 

Listed below each topic are the timelines that are relevant for that subject

 

OCR A GCSE History – Timelines for Component Group 1 Topics

International Relations: the changing international order 1918–c.1975
Peace and War: International Relations 1900 – 1939
International Relations: The Cold War 1945 – 1991

China 1950–1981: The People and the State
Mao Zedong 1893 – 1976

Germany 1925–1955: The People and the State
Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918 – 1945

South Africa 1960–1994: The People and the State

The USA 1919–1948: The People and the State

The USA 1945–1974: The People and the State
American Civil Rights Movement 1865 – 1968

 

OCR A GCSE History – Timelines for Component Group 2 Topics

1 – Migration to Britain c.1000 to c.2010

2 – Power: Monarchy and Democracy in Britain c.1000 to 2014
The Norman Conquest 1064 – 1077
King John 1166 – 1216 
The Tudors 1485 – 1603
The English Civil War Causes and Events

3 – War and British Society c.790 to c.2010
The Viking Age 789 – 1066
The Spanish Armada Causes and Events 1534 – 1588
The English Civil War Causes and Events
World War One Causes and Events 1878 – 1914
World War Two 1939 – 1945

 

OCR A GCSE History – Timelines for Component Group 3 Topics

The Impact of Empire on Britain 1688–c.1730
with Urban Environments: Patterns of Migration

The English Reformation c.1520–c.1550
with Castles: Form and Function c.1000–1750

Personal Rule to Restoration 1629–1660
with Castles: Form and Function c.1000–1750
King Charles I 1600 – 1649

 

Published Sept 24, 2020 @ 6:10 pm – Updated – Sep 24, 2020 @ 8:30 pm