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    What would be the key points for Hitler rising to power?

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    (Original post by Bunny2014)
    What would be the key points for Hitler rising to power?

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    • Hitters political skill
    • Electoral success for the Nazis
    • Support from the elites, big business and army
    • Propaganda and party structure
    • The Great Depression
    • Failings of Weimar democracy and those in power 1919-32


    Any more?



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    (Original post by CD223)
    • Hitters political skill
    • Electoral success for the Nazis
    • Support from the elites, big business and army
    • Propaganda and party structure
    • The Great Depression
    • Failings of Weimar democracy and those in power 1919-32


    Any more?



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    (Original post by Bunny2014)
    Thank you very much x
    That's okay! There are probably many more:

    • Catch all party of protest
    • Fear of communism and the KPD

    Etc.

    Reckon you can think of any more?


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    (Original post by CD223)
    That's okay! There are probably many more:

    • Catch all party of protest
    • Fear of communism and the KPD

    Etc.

    Reckon you can think of any more?


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    Key events, Reichstag Fire along with rising fear of communism. Maybe Elite support also?


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    (Original post by farawayfromnowhere)
    Key events, Reichstag Fire along with rising fear of communism. Maybe Elite support also?


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    Hmm. It depends what you define hurlers "rise to power" to mean. As in, does it mean in him becoming chancellor?

    If the question was about consolidation of power then I'd mention the reichstag fire, but not if it was just about becoming chancellor


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    Hi,

    We have just finished the textbook at and are starting to look at key themes and develop them with the access to history book. I have written answers to the essay questions in the red book...... I was just wondering though if anyone has any exemplar essays from previous years. Our teacher has a student who got full marks on the paper but he was genius. It would be much appreciated if you could forward me some.

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    (Original post by dmcque)
    Hi,

    We have just finished the textbook at and are starting to look at key themes and develop them with the access to history book. I have written answers to the essay questions in the red book...... I was just wondering though if anyone has any exemplar essays from previous years. Our teacher has a student who got full marks on the paper but he was genius. It would be much appreciated if you could forward me some.

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    Dan
    Do you have the "MyRevisionNotes" guide? I would recommend it highly. It has exemplar essays at the end of each chapter.


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    I will defiantly get one! Sounds good.... Are you planning to study history at university?



    QUOTE=CD223;55276019]Do you have the "MyRevisionNotes" guide? I would recommend it highly. It has exemplar essays at the end of each chapter.


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    (Original post by dmcque)
    I will defiantly get one! Sounds good.... Are you planning to study history at university?
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/My-Revision-.../dp/1444177672

    It's the best revision guide out of all of my subjects

    Unfortunately not - I plan on doing Computer Science, so a bit of a difference haha! Yourself?


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    Thats great thank you so much..... I am hoping to study history at university if i can get through my philosophy exams!!! Im not scared about the others.

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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/My-Revision-.../dp/1444177672

    It's the best revision guide out of all of my subjects

    Unfortunately not - I plan on doing Computer Science, so a bit of a difference haha! Yourself?


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    (Original post by dmcque)
    Thats great thank you so much..... I am hoping to study history at university if i can get through my philosophy exams!!! Im not scared about the others.
    That's okay buddy

    Good luck! Which uni and what are they asking for? I'm sure you'll be fine, you seem to have the work ethic!


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    Edinburgh AAA

    So there is no room for error..... Lucky me. What about you?



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    That's okay buddy

    Good luck! Which uni and what are they asking for? I'm sure you'll be fine, you seem to have the work ethic!


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    (Original post by dmcque)
    Edinburgh AAA

    So there is no room for error..... Lucky me. What about you?
    Woo! Good luck that's impressive! What do you do: History, Philosophy and...?

    AAA for Bath, eek!

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    Drama. A real mix..... I enjoy them though.

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    Woo! Good luck that's impressive! What do you do: History, Philosophy and...?

    AAA for Bath, eek!

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    (Original post by dmcque)
    Drama. A real mix..... I enjoy them though.
    Impressive! I can see the history and philosophy being of relevance though

    That said, drama could have creative use?


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    Does your college do aqa philosophy? If they do...... is there anyone you know that might have exemplar essays as Im struggling to find for the A2!

    Well done on your offer from Bath my friend got an offer to study social work there.


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    Drama. A real mix..... I enjoy them though.
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    Does your college do aqa philosophy? If they do...... is there anyone you know that might have exemplar essays as Im struggling to find for the A2!

    Well done on your offer from Bath my friend got an offer to study social work there.
    I think my college does OCR philosophy :/ sorry!

    Thank you!

    Out of interest, how do you revise for history?


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    I put a key topic in the middle of a page for example hitler becoming chancellor..... then go to my text book take 7-10 key factors plus discussion points. So I can talk about a number of different factors both positive and negative.

    Then I learn them. Thats what works for me. My mate uses rhymes its so funny.



    (Original post by CD223)
    I think my college does OCR philosophy :/ sorry!

    Thank you!

    Out of interest, how do you revise for history?


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    (Original post by dmcque)
    I put a key topic in the middle of a page for example hitler becoming chancellor..... then go to my text book take 7-10 key factors plus discussion points. So I can talk about a number of different factors both positive and negative.

    Then I learn them. Thats what works for me. My mate uses rhymes its so funny.
    That's such a cool technique! I might try that thanks for sharing!


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