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My class has begun to question spot for May 2015.
We have come up with a list of topics to revise thoroughly.
1920s;
  • Collective security
  • Locarno & other peace pacts/treaties
  • League of Nations


1930 - 1936;
  • Stresa Front
  • Manchuria Crisis
  • Abyssinian Crisis
  • Reoccupation of the Rhineland
  • Ancheluss


1937 - 1940;
  • Munich
  • Military preparedness for war
  • Italy (generally in the thirties)


If anyone is doing this particular unit in AS History, feel free to contribute any sources, essays or anything relevant for this exam!
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Hi, I'm really struggling with the structure for the source question. Got any tips?
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For the twelve mark question, you need two differences and one similarity. Don't paraphrase the quote you've used. At the end of the three paragraphs write a judgment.
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Hi, I'm really struggling with the structure for the source question. Got any tips?
Also, for the 24 marker, again three points. Use all three sources to support your answer or you won't achieve anything higher than level 2.
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Also, for the 24 marker, again three points. Use all three sources to support your answer or you won't achieve anything higher than level 2.
thank you, how is your revision going. You know for question one you just say the difference and similarities and do not power phrase
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hi, i'm also doing this course and wanted to know what points, with examples, i could use to say that the treaties in the 1920's "were a triumph of british foreign policy"

i have points against it such as how it wasn't a triumph im the east, the impact of streseman and how the treaties didn't fix bad relations.
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thank you, how is your revision going. You know for question one you just say the difference and similarities and do not power phrase
Hi Lost Hope, yeah revision isn't going too bad. The source question helps cut down the revision a bit more. Also, if you can, try to reference historian's names in your essays e.g. A J P Taylor, Simon Schama, E H Carr
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hi, i'm also doing this course and wanted to know what points, with examples, i could use to say that the treaties in the 1920's "were a triumph of british foreign policy"

i have points against it such as how it wasn't a triumph im the east, the impact of streseman and how the treaties didn't fix bad relations.
Could you phrase the question?
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Hi Lost Hope, yeah revision isn't going too bad. The source question helps cut down the revision a bit more. Also, if you can, try to reference historian's names in your essays e.g. A J P Taylor, Simon Schama, E H Carr
thank you, yeah I have some quotes from those historians but not for all areas, is that ok? yh source bit helps to cut back on stuff
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hi, i'm also doing this course and wanted to know what points, with examples, i could use to say that the treaties in the 1920's "were a triumph of british foreign policy"

i have points against it such as how it wasn't a triumph im the east, the impact of streseman and how the treaties didn't fix bad relations.
do you mean treaty of versailles?if its like the locarno treaties you can say how it secured the western frontier so France felt more secure, Briand and Streseman worked together which resulted in Germany welcomed backed into international fraternity as they joined the league of nations in 1926.
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Any ideas of what is going to come up? I thought Locarno but I'm not sure
(Original post by CharlyMim)
My class has begun to question spot for May 2015.
We have come up with a list of topics to revise thoroughly.
1920s;
  • Collective security
  • Locarno & other peace pacts/treaties
  • League of Nations

1930 - 1936;
  • Stresa Front
  • Manchuria Crisis
  • Abyssinian Crisis
  • Reoccupation of the Rhineland
  • Ancheluss

1937 - 1940;
  • Munich
  • Military preparedness for war
  • Italy (generally in the thirties)

If anyone is doing this particular unit in AS History, feel free to contribute any sources, essays or anything relevant for this exam!
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hey, how did everyone find the exam?
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