WW2 Aircraft Crash Sites at Sea Teacher's Pack

Wessex Archaeology

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This teacher's pack was produced by Wessex Archaeology as part of the Heritage Lottery Funded Time Travelling by Water project. It explores World War 2 through the marine archaeology of submerged aircraft around the British coasts.

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February 2014
Good materials written for elementary level but could be used as reference material at the middle and high school level.
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December 2011
A fun way of looking at the benefits of archeology when conducting historical enquiries.
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February 2010
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February 2010
This is one of three resources I have downloaded from Wessex website which also includes the Tudor Seafaring and Local History. All of which I found to be an encouraging and informative addition to the classroom syllabus. I was told about it from a colleague who also found it a great way to learn about an interesting and diverse period in European History!! Five Stars!