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    This picture was published in a Nazi children's book. The text reads, "The Jewish nose is crooked at its tip. It looks like the number 6."

    How surprising is this source?
    I can think of many things to put on the not surprising side, but I can't find anything surprising about it. What does everyone think about it?
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    This picture was published in a Nazi children's book. The text reads, "The Jewish nose is crooked at its tip. It looks like the number 6."

    How surprising is this source?
    I can think of many things to put on the not surprising side, but I can't find anything surprising about it. What does everyone think about it?
    I'm not sure too tbh. That source looks very standard for times in Nazi Germany
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    This picture was published in a Nazi children's book. The text reads, "The Jewish nose is crooked at its tip. It looks like the number 6."

    How surprising is this source?
    I can think of many things to put on the not surprising side, but I can't find anything surprising about it. What does everyone think about it?
    (Depending on the number of marks it's worth) I don't think you'd say it's surprising


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    OMG I remember the times when I did Nazi Germany in History during my GCSEs. Fun times, man!

    Wished I could help but I've forgotten how to answer these questions. Although, they're very simple but like I can't see anything surprising
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    It's worth 6 marks. And I thought you had to say you're both surprised and not surprised on this sort of question?


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    Hmm, perhaps you only have to mention one side. Thanks for your contributions anyway! And yeah, Nazi Germany sure is fun! I have my exam tomorrow, not feeling it at all! 😭


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    (Original post by hettyshaw)
    (Depending on the number of marks it's worth) I don't think you'd say it's surprising


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    Is it possible to get full marks with a one sided answer?
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    Maybe you could explain 2 reason for why it's not surprising to get six marks? Hope this helps


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    (Original post by krystal16)
    Is it possible to get full marks with a one sided answer?
    If it's asking if the source is surprising, from looking at mark schemes, usually you mainly say one eg yes and then a controversial reason for no, but I did this source in a past paper...not sure what the question was but I'd assume the same, and for this 6 marker I think to get 6 marks you just had to say the context and purpose along with the main points ie what the source is showing (but linking to question!)


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    Whats surprising is that anti-Semitic ideologies were being taught in Nazi German classes and the class is predominantly Aryan.
 
 
 
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