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Edexcel A2 History - Germany 1900-45 - Monday 8th June 2015 [Exam Discussion Thread] Watch

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    Anybody ?!?

    Quick example of hitler avoiding political responsibility in sources period pls!!


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    (Original post by dmcque)
    How would everyone answer....

    the final solution evolved because of the chaotic nature of the nazi regime in 1939-42?
    Hi, I put an essay plan up for that a few pages back x
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    (Original post by CD223)
    That can't come up as its in the controversy specification and not in part a.

    If consolidation comes up at all in part a, it will only be up until July 1933.


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    Oh yeah forgot about that, I thought everyone would already know that - forgot some people don't do both xD

    But 'how far did hitler consolidate his power after 1934?' Could perhaps?
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Oh yeah forgot about that, I thought everyone would already know that - forgot some people don't do both xD

    But 'how far did hitler consolidate his power after 1934?' Could perhaps?
    Don't see it
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Oh yeah forgot about that, I thought everyone would already know that - forgot some people don't do both xD

    But 'how far did hitler consolidate his power after 1934?' Could perhaps?
    Nope, unless that is the controversy question - I haven't studied that controversy so I wouldn't know but
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Oh yeah forgot about that, I thought everyone would already know that - forgot some people don't do both xD

    But 'how far did hitler consolidate his power after 1934?' Could perhaps?
    I thought that period was sources only, it would be section B about the extent of hitler and the nazis opposition from 1933-1939

    1934 onwards isnt in part A


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    (Original post by swagyolo420)
    I thought that period was sources only, it would be section B about the extent of hitler and the nazis opposition from 1933-1939

    1934 onwards isnt in part A


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    You're correct
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    Until the war starts ofc


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    (Original post by jchap9776)
    Nope, unless that is the controversy question - I haven't studied that controversy so I wouldn't know but
    Put it this way Chappers, if that does, you, me and E are screwed 😂


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    (Original post by swagyolo420)
    I thought that period was sources only, it would be section B about the extent of hitler and the nazis opposition from 1933-1939

    1934 onwards isnt in part A


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    1934 onwards can be in part A surely, how else do you explain the holocaust questions that have come up before?
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    (Original post by nameofuser)
    1934 onwards can be in part A surely, how else do you explain the holocaust questions that have come up before?
    Part A is 1900-1933
    Part B then starts mid 1933-1939
    Part A then resumes in 1939-45
    Its confusing i know



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    (Original post by swagyolo420)
    Part A is 1900-1933
    Part B then starts mid 1933-1939
    Part A then resumes in 1939-45
    Its confusing i know



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    I think it was just the way you worded it that confused me. I thought you were saying everything from '1934 onwards' could not come up in part A.
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    (Original post by nameofuser)
    I think it was just the way you worded it that confused me. I thought you were saying everything from '1934 onwards' could not come up in part A.
    Sorry i added "until war ofc" in a different post after 😅


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    Anyone ballsy enough not to revise WW2 economy/Weimar politics as they came up last year?


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    (Original post by CD223)
    Anyone ballsy enough not to revise WW2 economy/Weimar politics as they came up last year?


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    Me
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    (Original post by CD223)
    Anyone ballsy enough not to revise WW2 economy/Weimar politics as they came up last year?


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    Im not doing economy (very unlikely) am doing some weimar tho. Mainly early years


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    (Original post by tessimoghaddam)
    Aww no it's ok the same things still apply tho I can take pics of my systematic extermination essay?x
    That would be great and beneficial for all of us x
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    (Original post by swagyolo420)
    Part A is 1900-1933
    Part B then starts mid 1933-1939
    Part A then resumes in 1939-45
    Its confusing i know



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    Are you doing the part B controversy on popularity or efficiency ?? x
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    (Original post by CD223)
    Put it this way Chappers, if that does, you, me and E are screwed 😂


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    Yep! haha
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    Give me motivation someone lmao
 
 
 
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