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Right. I can't seem to get it into my head how to answer a 'to what extent' question. I've read many forums and they don't seem to be of much use.
At the moment, I'm studying for Nat 5 history, and I know i'm capable of answering the question- but I'm still struggling!
The question I'm having to answer is "To what extent was Weimars unpopularity due to hyperinflation" and I already know the factors, but how do I structure this?? I don't want direct question answers, but some help on structure would be really useful! Thanks so much!!!
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Well to start it might help to try and establish a hierarchy of factors, from the most important to the least.

If you decide hyperinflation was the most important factor, focus your first few paragraphs on why it was so important.

Then focus on the other factors, but instead explain why they were not the most important and hyperinflation in fact was.

If you think another factor (eg military restrictions, reparations etc) was more important say something like 'Hyperinflation only played a minor role in the Weimar republic's unpopularity, the factor of ..... was far more important because...'
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Thanks a lot! That really helped me in answering the question. It's much clearer now thanks to you.
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