BRITAIN, IRAQ & TERRORISM
'Britain, Iraq and Terrorism' explores the events of the Second Iraq War from a British perspective, assessing the events of the conflict through the lens of contemporary acts of terrorism that have since impacted Britain.
Designed as a university project, this site is intended to exist as an educational tool for secondary school pupils, however it can be used by anybody who wishes to learn more about the Second Iraq War, British terrorism and the issues that surround them.
The information is arranged in sections accessed via the menu, however you may wish to use it like a virtual classroom using the 'Lesson Links' at the bottom of each page to guide you through the information in a structured order.
This 'lesson' takes 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete and will leave you with loads of information, but more importantly will get you thinking about the key issues surrounding terrorism, Britain and the wider world.
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Please be aware that this site covers issues of conflict and terrorism, and subsequently contains material that users could find upsetting. If you find yourself overwhelmed or upset at any time, please don't hesitate to stop using the site. If you wish, you can also contact the Government support line for terrorism on 0808 168 9111.