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Edexcel AS History (new): Route G - Nationalism, Dictatorship and Democracy 20th Cent Watch

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    Some people have asked if I will upload the revision guide I made as well so hopefully it might be helpful to some of you if you just want to check anything or go over anything before tomorrow I have had to upload it in 5 parts though but if you follow the numbers you should still be able to follow it along.

    Sorry for any spelling mistakes or if anything isn't clear in it and please feel free to ask me anything if you're not sure about something that I have included in it
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    Other than the Spartacist Uprising of 1919, do you guys know if there were any other left-wing revolts during the Weimar Republic? I thought that you counted the declaration of Socialist Governments in Bavaria but, thinking about it, that's during the Revolution from Above so it wasn't really during the Weimar.
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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    Other than the Spartacist Uprising of 1919, do you guys know if there were any other left-wing revolts during the Weimar Republic? I thought that you counted the declaration of Socialist Governments in Bavaria but, thinking about it, that's during the Revolution from Above so it wasn't really during the Weimar.
    I don't think I have ever covered another left-wing revolt other than the Sparticists during Weimar.

    I guess you could maybe try and put the Reichstag fire as possibly being a form of left-wing opposition in Weimar but you would have to be very careful of your wording and how you put it, but don't quote me on that being exactly right as I'm not sure how well that would work and I don't now if it counts as a revolt. The Sparticists Revolt is definitely your best bet for left-wing opposition in Weimar though if you have to talk about it.
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    (Original post by Snowfairy007)
    I don't think I have ever covered another left-wing revolt other than the Sparticists during Weimar.

    I guess you could maybe try and put the Reichstag fire as possibly being a form of left-wing opposition in Weimar but you would have to be very careful of your wording and how you put it, but don't quote me on that being exactly right as I'm not sure how well that would work and I don't now if it counts as a revolt. The Sparticists Revolt is definitely your best bet for left-wing opposition in Weimar though if you have to talk about it.
    Oh, thanks 😊.

    Btw, Have your teachers said anything about using proportion of owned seats as a measure of opposition?


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    (Original post by Firenze26)
    Oh, thanks 😊.

    Btw, Have your teachers said anything about using proportion of owned seats as a measure of opposition?


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    In all honesty not that I can remember. But really even though I'm not sure if you think you can argue that then definitely go for it.

    I think a lot of it comes down to how you write your argument in that, if you can support it and give evidence to back it up as well as making sure it links to the question, you should be able to talk about whatever you think is right. It's really all in the wording and structure of your argument if your not sure if what your writing is valid
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    (Original post by Snowfairy007)
    In all honesty not that I can remember. But really even though I'm not sure if you think you can argue that then definitely go for it.

    I think a lot of it comes down to how you write your argument in that, if you can support it and give evidence to back it up as well as making sure it links to the question, you should be able to talk about whatever you think is right. It's really all in the wording and structure of your argument if your not sure if what your writing is valid
    I see, thanks 😄.
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    (Original post by Snowfairy007)
    Of course, I've attached the essay plans but just let me know if you can't access them
    Mate this resource is amazing, thank you!
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    thanks so much
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    thank you lot so much
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    How did people find it?
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    (Original post by Zynnck)
    How did people find it?
    It was good. Suprised they said FRG for both section B questions ( I heard loads of people hadn't revised it). In section C i waffled a bit but followed the structure my teacher set so I think it will be fine.

    I did question 1 and 4
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    (Original post by Zynnck)
    How did people find it?
    ... 😂😭, feeling really messed up. Part A really caught me out and gosh, in Part B, I keep writing Hitler instead of Adenauer.

    And that Part C though, 💀


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    Part A was fine, Part b meh... i picked the second question..... but i don't think it went well...... part c i just waffled and implemented quotes, own knowlge just did whatever structure my teacher said (not bad actually). Overall i think decent, but they seriosly caught me of guard with the questions, like how would you put 2 nazi q on section a wth....
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    Peak at how nothing from Weimar came up - and how the women question was basically the same as the specimen paper ffs.
    Anyone else do question 1 and 3 (opposition to Nazis and role of women as mothers and wives)?
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    (Original post by greys-anatomy)
    Peak at how nothing from Weimar came up - and how the women question was basically the same as the specimen paper ffs.
    Anyone else do question 1 and 3 (opposition to Nazis and role of women as mothers and wives)?
    Yeah, timing was a bit peak on the 3rd question so just broke up into time periods and ended up bullet pointing the FRG bit
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    Question 1 - loved it wrote it really well, knew what to write, how to write what to include.
    Question 4 - I did not know FRG and both 3/4 were on it.. help. I did the best I could, I knew what paragraphs to do and managed to compare it to Weimar nicely, with my limited FRG knowledge I could add comparisons. Did alright
    Question 5 - HELP. What a dodgy way to put a question. I rambled a lot on this and had many contradicting views but again I managed to conclude it nicely.

    overall it was alright... section c ****ed me up but hopefully my other 2 qs can pull up my marks.
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    (Original post by greys-anatomy)
    Peak at how nothing from Weimar came up - and how the women question was basically the same as the specimen paper ffs.
    Anyone else do question 1 and 3 (opposition to Nazis and role of women as mothers and wives)?
    I did 1 and 3 to and found them alright. Question 1 stumped me for a bit but once I got started it was alright and I was very happy with question 3 as I had luckily looked over the role of women just before going into the exam
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    (Original post by j_dot)
    Mate this resource is amazing, thank you!
    That's alright I'm glad you could find it useful and I hope the exam went well for you today
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    (Original post by Zynnck)
    How did people find it?
    For me it was fairly okay, like part A and B weren't horrible questions but they were nowhere near the best aha, part C sucked and I didn't really understand the second extract cos i was struggling to work out if it was intentionalist or not? But other than that it was fine I made up most of it and rambled loads but hopefully it was enough to get a C
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    it went ok still, structure was s*** for sec.C though
 
 
 
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