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Does anyone know some example questions?
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to what extent was a due to b
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OK ... to what extent did economic factors provide the basic of German unification?
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to what extent were economic factors the most influential in causing the unification of Germany in month year?
by basic i assume u mean basis, and i think it would be far easier to argue as a genearl factor. as by saying did they provide a base its a lot more ambiguous as to the meaning of base etc. there is an EE relating history and economics factors to do with reagen on here http://www.ashbury.on.ca/senior/academics/ib/essays.cfm - it mite help lol
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What about to what extent was Nazi economic policy successful in preparing Germany for war in 1939?
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I think that's a good topic actually... though you might want to make sure it's not over-done and cliched.
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yeah taht quesiton sounds good. it gives you two dimensions, because on one hand you can discuss whether the economic policies were good, and then even if they were you can relate it to the extent it helped the nazis. and true about the cliched, its probs done quite often but 2bh i doubt that matters that much, if its interesting and your applying for economics it would definitly be relevant. :p: but i think yeah go for it
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To be honest, I found that the key to Historical Investigations was to look very closely at the mark scheme and the sample answers that were give. Analyse exactly what they are looking for in each question, and look at where the example questions score their marks.

Then apply to your own work, whatever it happened to be. I've never studied the Crusades in my life, but I followed that method and ended up with a 7 for that piece of work (not moderated downwards; one of few:mad: ). The only thing a topic needs to do is to be able to jump through those hoops, so I would suggest analysing the samples before even posing a specific question.
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Yes, I have
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was event significant to bigger event
how significant was event to bigger event
why was event significant to bigger event

i used bastille and french revolution. got a seven. Although, actually, who DOESN'T get a seven? it's piss easy.
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Hey im investigating the existence of the island of Atlantis...think it'll work?
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To what extent was Juan Peron's appointment as Secretariat of Labour responsible for attaining his support base?

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would this be okay:
to what extent did propaganda help Hitler and Lenin rise to power..

or comparing the methods in general by which hitler and lenin came to power..like the methods they used
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I'm doing "to what extent was Goebbels responsible for the success of Hitler's cult of personality?"
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For a practice one last year, I did "To what extent did Britain and the United Nations exacerbate or abate the crisis in Rhodesia in 1970?" (Answer: Britain messed everything up). I got a 100% on it, so I imagine it would have scored well with IB.

This year I'm doing "How did the Stonewall Riots change Gay (GLBT) identity and politics in the United States?"
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Does anyone have an idea for a question relating to the French Resistance during WWII or on why Stalin took power rather than Trotsky.

Please give me some ideas.
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Hey
I am new to this forum just tryna work this out!
I am fascinated by Indira Gandhi, her style of leadership and the role of the media during and after the emergency she declared in India. Does anyone have any good suggestions for my topic?

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To what extent did the media during that time period curb or reflect Indira Gandhi's style of leadership?!
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Well as far as I know there were many factors, is there any specific thing you wanna focus on?
something really interesting would be to discuss the assertion "It was pure luck rather than factors related to Stalin or Trotsky that lead to Stalin's rise to power"
its pretty cool because then you can discuss all the informal but freaky stuff like, Trotsky being sick exactly at the time of Lenin's death, Lenin's last testament not getting out or effecting anyone etc. etc..

p.s. Im personally not a believer of destiny luck and all that, but if you are then you check all the factors out!
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(Original post by Auris)
Well as far as I know there were many factors, is there any specific thing you wanna focus on?
something really interesting would be to discuss the assertion "It was pure luck rather than factors related to Stalin or Trotsky that lead to Stalin's rise to power"
its pretty cool because then you can discuss all the informal but freaky stuff like, Trotsky being sick exactly at the time of Lenin's death, Lenin's last testament not getting out or effecting anyone etc. etc..

p.s. Im personally not a believer of destiny luck and all that, but if you are then you check all the factors out!
First of all, welcome to TSR. Secondly, above the name of the poster in the blue tab, there's the date that says when the post was made. If you look at the first post, you'd see that it was made since 2006, so the poster would have probably graduated by now. ^^
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umm..sorry i umm dint notice that! do you know how i could start these posts?
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