CSS British History Syllabus [100 Marks]

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CSS British History Syllabus [100 Marks]

CSS SYLLABUS BRITISH HISTORY – 100 MARKS

Part –I (Marks 50)

I. The Glorious Revolution (1688)
§ Causes, and Results
§ William III and Mary II (1689-1702)
§ Queen Anne (1702-1714)

II. Hanoverian Era (1714-1790)
§ Jacobite Rebellions (1715 and 1745)
§ Robert Walpole and Whig Oligarchy
§ American War of Independence (1776)

III. The Union of England and Scotland

IV. Union of England and Ireland

V. The Old Colonial system

VI. The French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars
§ Causes
§ Britain and Napoleonic Wars
§ Impact on Britain

VII. Industrial and Agricultural Revolution
§ Causes
§ Effects on Political and Social Life of Britain
§ Party Politics
§ The Methodist Movement
§ Socialism
§ Liberalism
§ Colonization
§ Chartest Movement

VIII. Robert Peel and return of Torries
§ Internal policies
§ Irish Problem

IX. Victorian Era (1837-1901)
§ Internal Reforms
§ Liberals
§ Foreign Policy
§ Disraeli, Gladstone and Problems in Ireland
§ Great Britain and Free Trade

X. Edwardian Era (1901-1910)
§ Domestic and Foreign Policies (1901-1910)
§ The Origins of Labor Party

XI. Britain, World War I and its Aftermath
§ Causes
§ Britain and Peace settlement
§ Effects of War on Britain
§ League of Nations
§ The Great Depression
§ Appeasement and Rearmament

Part –II (Marks 50)

XII. Britain ,World War II and its Aftermath
§ Causes and events
§ Churchill, War Conferences
§ Creation of U.N.O
§ Effects of war
§ Reforms of Labour Government

XIII. Great Britain and Cold War
§ Creation of Common Wealth
§ NATO
§ Decolonization of the British Empire
§ Internal Policies and EEC
§ Foreign Policy

XIV. Thatcherism to Cameroun (1979-2012)
§ Internal Policy
§ Society and culture
§ Foreign Policy
§ Falkland War
§ John Major and his Policies
§ European Common Market and the Great Britain
§ Formation of EU
§ Tony Blair “New Labour” Economic Crunch, War on Terror and his Policies
§ Global Financial Crisis 2008 and the Great Britain
§ Reforms under Cameroun