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    This is for all those who are studying A2 OCR History B, Debates on the Holocaust. I don't know what happened to the previous thread but here is the new one.
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    (Original post by E7E3G3E4)
    Great, someone has created a new thread!
    no idea what happened to the other
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    anyone have an idea what the Part A extract is on????
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    (Original post by WhatistheQ?)
    Afraid not, do you know what the B question is definitely on?
    Not for definite, sorry, everyone is saying different things
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    the B question is some historian have focused on European anti-Semitism and the Part A question is definitely from Browning's book, "ordinary Men."
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    I've sat half of the exam so far. The Part A went well. I'm pretty sure it's browning but the examiners say try to avoid saying who you think it is. Say who the work mirrors. But yes its a pretty good extract. It mentions josefow massacre and focuses on ordinary german people if that helps
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    Good job guys you've got the answers i would high five you but i died in 1945 so yeah awkward....
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    (Original post by thorton8)
    I've sat half of the exam so far. The Part A went well. I'm pretty sure it's browning but the examiners say try to avoid saying who you think it is. Say who the work mirrors. But yes its a pretty good extract. It mentions josefow massacre and focuses on ordinary german people if that helps

    is this a joke? i sat the exam today and this is not the correct questions, if anyone wants to know the actual ones, DM me
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    What is the question B focus on?
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    (Original post by thorton8)
    the B question is some historian have focused on European anti-Semitism and the Part A question is definitely from Browning's book, "ordinary Men."
    Are you with OCR?
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    Are u with OCR?
    (Original post by historyhelpme)
    is this a joke? i sat the exam today and this is not the correct questions, if anyone wants to know the actual ones, DM me
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    yes OCR non-british controversies Debates about the Holocaust paper
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    And what were your questions on the paper
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    Sitting part A tomorrow, is the extract from Browning's book? I could not find it online
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    (Original post by historyhelpme)
    yes OCR non-british controversies Debates about the Holocaust paper
    Ignore this guy. I can't understand why he is lying to you, and completely lied to me via Dm. Most of us have most probably sat the exam and can see the falsity in this persons statement, thankfully we did have some who were honest. DM me if you are struggling to find the A extract online.
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    Part A seemed to be ok but don't know if I made enough variety of points, kind of just stayed on the same few topics
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    (Original post by WhatistheQ?)
    what did you do as your main interpretation of the extract? i'm struggling with interpretations, but that's good, least it's done
    It didn't seem to be Intentionalist or functionalist, I really just said that it was about different motives rather than anti-Semitism.
 
 
 
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