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    So I am studying alone.
    My ex school still doesn't have any plans for the history books.
    I can't seem to find textbooks which include what I need to learn based on each paper.
    The only ones i found on amazon were due to release in 2012.
    So to all of you CIE history guys out there what textbooks are you using?
    At this point I don't care which papers I chose as long as I get a textbook for them .:eek3:
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    please someone help me
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    For CIE History 2011, these books are suitable:

    1. An Illustrated History of Modern Europe, 1789-1984
    2. Essential Modern World History: Student's Book
    3. Germany 1914-18
    4. British Economic and Social History Book 1: 1700-1870
    5. China Under Communism


    You can buy them from nelsonthornes.com, hodderseducation.com and longman.co.uk. Alternatively, this website gives you all the details you need with regards to IBN numbers and where to find them. Some cover the syllabus fairly well (2 & 1) and the rest are for more obscure modules and chapters.

    http://www.cie.org.uk/qualifications...64&view=reslst

    Good luck with your GCSES, you little prick. I've seen your reactionary posts around the forum. :p:

    Edited: There's a chance you could be doing A-levels right? If you are the right info is on the same link. Just click the Cambridge Advanced link for 16-19 and then resources.
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    For a levels? Look in the curriculam, it should have a reading list.
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    (Original post by Persephone.)
    For CIE History 2011, these books are suitable:

    1. An Illustrated History of Modern Europe, 1789-1984
    2. Essential Modern World History: Student's Book
    3. Germany 1914-18
    4. British Economic and Social History Book 1: 1700-1870
    5. China Under Communism


    You can buy them from nelsonthornes.com, hodderseducation.com and longman.co.uk. Alternatively, this website gives you all the details you need with regards to IBN numbers and where to find them. Some cover the syllabus fairly well (2 & 1) and the rest are for more obscure modules and chapters.

    http://www.cie.org.uk/qualifications...64&view=reslst

    Good luck with your GCSES, you little prick. I've seen your reactionary posts around the forum. :p:

    Edited: There's a chance you could be doing A-levels right? If you are the right info is on the same link. Just click the Cambridge Advanced link for 16-19 and then resources.
    It is A level.
    I do have the reading list.
    It has 20 volumes for each paper...
    I am what everyone else is using.
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    I made a thread just like this to no avail. Just look into the reviews of the reading list books in amazon and get the ones that seems relevant. All have ovarlapping contents.
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    Have you find out what books to get yet?!!!!! =D I wanna know as well!
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    (Original post by Theconomist)
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