Kitson, Alison
March 2004
Teaching History;Mar2004, Issue 114, p2
Editorial. Introduces a series of articles relating to various historic events. Characteristics of people which are studied in history; Insights on how people then actually behaved; Clues about human motivation; Information on what people are capable of and about people's endless adaptability.


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