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# Edexcel: From kaiser to fuhrer 1900-1945, his03/d exam friday 10th june 2016 Watch

1. (Original post by L_W7)
Hey, if I have 148 UMS from last year (re-sat one unit so hopefully that goes up) not sure what I got on my coursework so lets say its 45/50 or somewhere around there, what would I need for an A or B grade?
Plus, how many UMS out of 400 is an A and how many UMS out of 400 is a B?
Thank you!
An A is 320/400, a B is 280/400

Assuming that CW mark, 215/400 so far. For a B you need 45/70 which is 76UMS. For an A you need 60/70 which is 106UMS.

2. (Original post by Mowerharvey)
Does anyone have any evidence showing Hitler being decisive?
Hitler was told by his miltary advisors to not re-militarize the rhineland but did so anyway.
He was interested in the arts and picked all pieces for the great nazi art exhibition.
3. Can anyone give me a short summary of everything I would need to cover for the rise of hitler/nazi party in case it comes up??
4. Anyone have a summary on how Hitler consolidated power and what an essay like that would need? As in structure and possible question?
5. (Original post by eddso)
You will need 91 UMS (middle B) in this exam to get a B overall

You will need 51 UMS (middle C) in this exam to get a C overall

Mid C? Where'd you get that from? :P
6. Can anyone give me a summary of what would need to be included in a "was Germany responsible for WW1" question, for own knowledge?
7. (Original post by sixschmidt)
An A is 320/400, a B is 280/400

Assuming that CW mark, 215/400 so far. For a B you need 45/70 which is 76UMS. For an A you need 60/70 which is 106UMS.

Wait how did you get 215/400? from 148 ums and 45 scored in cw

8. Here's a list of A questions my history teacher gave me, just in case any one wants to make some plans :')
9. i've come on here and realised i've literally revised everything except for what people think is going to come up LITERALLY FML
10. Will a Kaiser part A question definitively come up?
11. (Original post by mp2305)
Anyone have a summary on how Hitler consolidated power and what an essay like that would need? As in structure and possible question?
It would be something along the lines of '...... was the most important factor in consolidating Nazi power. To what extent do you agree?'

Factors are:

Terror and violence
Failure of communism
Veneer of legality
Collaboration with elites
Propaganda

Easiest to argue terror and violence
12. I don't think a question on the final solution will come up. Looking back at all previous years, they have never repeated themselves.

I reckon the golden years which is a killer and morale in ww2.

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13. I recently did the new spec AS 1918-89 Germany paper and is largely similar with the interpretations. However there is a bit more.

Our interpretations topic is whether Hitler's foreign policy cause WW2, and the question in the exam was about the role of European statesmen in causing WW2.

We also had a 20 marker on whether popular support was the reason for the lack of effective opposition.

If anyone needs any help just ask :-)
14. anyone have an essay/plan/notes on WW2 Morale or an example of what the question could be on this topic?
15. (Original post by mp2305)
Anyone have a summary on how Hitler consolidated power and what an essay like that would need? As in structure and possible question?
Hitler consolidated power in a number of ways.
-The TU's were a threat to hitler as they were alligned with socialism and catcholicism.
-Flexed their muscle in the Kapp Putsch (1920) where they organised a general strike leading to faliure of the putsch.
-However, by 1933 they were a spent force due to the depression and economic stuggles membership fell and they were less dedicated to fighting for peoples rights. Hoped for co-operation with the nazi's to allow for a degree of independance.
WHAT HE DONE:
-Hitler declared the 1st may Traditional Day for international socilist labour giving the image to the Tu's that there was possibility of co-operation.
-Next day the TU's were raided by SA and SS and the tu funds confiscated high ranking members of the tu's were sent to conc camps.
-Independant tu's were banned and DAF put in the place of the TU's but with no fundamental rights in germany they couldnt effect pay and work hours to better off the people.

2)Political parties:
-Gleichschaltung could never exist with other political parties as a result hitler and the Nazi's aimed to removed all other political parties which was relatively easy.
WHAT HE DONE:
-The communist parties had been outlawed from the reichstag fire 1933.
-The social democrats's funds were seized shorly after the tu's were broken up and banned in june.
-Most political parties agreed to dissolve themselves.
-Finally the centre part agreed to dissolve itself.

3)Enabling Act 1933:
-This act allowed all parliamentary preocedure and legislation to be transfered to the chancellor and his party for 4 years.
-However, it required 2/3 support from the reichstag and the 2 biggest parties after the Nazi party were left wing parties.
-Also, with problems building up in the lower ranks of the nai state seeming to take the law into their own hands (SA) gave the impression of a rev from below which hurt hitlers image of legality and put his position at risk with his partners the DNVP.
WHAT HE DONE:
-When the reichstag met to dicuss the act the communist/ left wingers were not allowed admittance.
-The SA were in large numbers to act as an intimidation factor.
-Expecting the social democrats to vote against him he required the help of the centre party and in his speech primised to them that religious freedom, respect of catcholic church and moral values would be upheld (FAKE PROMISES)

Could also chuck in abit about the night of the long knives which helped gain a bigger stronghold on hitlers postion along with gain support from the army which led to soldiers pledging their oath to hitler rather than the state along with th fact that the thug image of the Nazi party died along with the SA and this helped gain support for the nazis as people were scared of the sa. Also, hitler managed to get rid of other politicla opponents e.g. Schliecher whom he though was plotting against him and Strasser who was the leader of the radical socialst wing of the Nazi's was murdered.
16. (Original post by AJC1997)
anyone have an essay/plan/notes on WW2 Morale or an example of what the question could be on this topic?
I need what you need. I really don't think I have enough content to write an essay on morale

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17. Guys what are the chances of kaiserreich and nazis coming up together again
I'm not doing the second reich and have only just started the nazis so i might not get it all done. What are your suggestions??
18. If I got 180 ums last year and 45 out of 50 on course work, what would I need on tomorrow's paper for an A?
19. (Original post by WWJoe380)
It would be something along the lines of '...... was the most important factor in consolidating Nazi power. To what extent do you agree?'

Factors are:

Terror and violence
Failure of communism
Veneer of legality
Collaboration with elites
Propaganda

Easiest to argue terror and violence
Not gonna lie im not sure if thats consolidation of power that more of the stuff to do with consensus in germany was the nazi regime popular or not.
20. (Original post by kosovo123)
Not gonna lie im not sure if thats consolidation of power that more of the stuff to do with consensus in germany was the nazi regime popular or not.
You would only mention 1933 as that was when they consolidated power

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