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Don't think anyone else has made this yet, so I'm gonna go ahead and make a forum for the AQA A Level Germany course from 1871-1991. I'm starting in September and thus haven't gotten far through it with notes yet, so I'll post all the relevant links i've used so far below. I got a 9 in History and hope everyone wants to share their resources so that we can all do well at A Level.
PLEASE add your own resources as well, including revision notes, past papers, Wikipedia, useful stuff you found online, etc, etc.
Cambridge Guide (Part 1): https://goo.gl/GzYGyv
German Empire: https://goo.gl/ihZ7qG
Kaiser Wilhelm I: https://goo.gl/QsHWGN
Chancellor Bismarck: https://goo.gl/uhPD7Q
Minister-President of Prussia: https://goo.gl/zKNcEA
Year of 3 Emperors: https://goo.gl/xJiA94
Kaiser Wilhelm II: https://goo.gl/dEMmj4
North-German Confederation: https://goo.gl/5KNbpH
German election 1871: https://goo.gl/sB9NVr
National Liberal Party: https://goo.gl/1iRdqu
Centre Party: https://goo.gl/2rZQQG
German Conservative Party: https://goo.gl/VDMDPR
Social-Democratic Party: https://goo.gl/ZMiDiU
Official Textbook: https://goo.gl/Z4tjtF
The Weimar Republic: https://goo.gl/AYhkhj
Imperial Germany 1900-1918: https://goo.gl/JnYwpH
Course of German History: https://goo.gl/YWnQHg
Hitler and Nazi Germany:https://goo.gl/cEqFFd
A History of Germany 1800-1990: https://goo.gl/SN5K6X
Also, what is the most effective way to revise and where do I find practice questions?
My teacher gives us a printout of the 5 different textbooks available (even ones from the old spec) and she's compiled them into booklets for each module. It can't really be uploaded here, and I'm pretty sure it breaks copyright laws, though I feel like she found it on a teacher resource website so if you're that determined you might be able to find it yourself. There's a chance she got it from her private Facebook teacher group, though.
Now, I created this forum believing I'd be studying Germany when I started in Y12 but actually my college went with Britain first, though I'll be starting next week. While you're here, can I just ask what your strategy has been regarding history? How are you doing notes, reading, practice exams etc?