VCE History (Revolutions)

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vce historyWelcome to Alpha History’s VCE History (Revolutions) website. This site provides information, advice and exam resources for teachers and students of the History (Revolutions) course. History (Revolutions) is a Unit 3-4 study in the Victorian Certificate of Education, a senior secondary course in Victoria, Australia. Students undertake a close study of two modern revolutions, chosen from the American Revolution (1754-1789), French Revolution (1774-1795), Russian Revolution (1896-1927) and Chinese Revolution (1912-1971). Students learn about the factors, events, people and groups that contributed to revolution, as well as the consequences of revolution and the development of government and society. The current History (Revolutions) course begins in January 2016 and is accredited until December 2020.

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