AQA History B Paper 2 Notes Watch

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Option A: Russia/USSR, 1914-1941
Option B: Germany, 1918-1939

AQA, History Spec B

These are updated notes, if you got them last time I posted them they haven't changed much, but little details have been added here and there so you might want the new version

Hopefully they'll be useful to you lot, if there's anything I've missed please tell me so I can add it, but I'm pretty sure everything's there.

Good luck guys!

P.S: Credit to johndclare which gave me a lot of notes/mnemomics.
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Those are some good last minute notes there, would really help if you were reading it like 10 minutes before you went into the exam!

Just one thing, it was 25 Billion Marks in loans, not 25 Million.
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Those are some good last minute notes there, would really help if you were reading it like 10 minutes before you went into the exam!

Just one thing, it was 25 Billion Marks in loans, not 25 Million.
The site I got the info from says 25 million.... :confused:
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The site I got the info from says 25 million.... :confused:
It probably said 25,000 Million.
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Helpful stuff there! Thanks very much!
Kind of wishing I took my own notes last year now.
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It probably said 25,000 Million.
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Whoops lol

Thanks for that!
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Thanks for the notes, especially the Germany ones.
Do you have any notes on America as thats the country my school taught us.
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Thanks. Some good notes there!
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Sorry, nothing on America or Britain
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Thanks for the notes, especially the Germany ones.
Do you have any notes on America as thats the country my school taught us.
Try johndclare.net

It has notes for all the countries. And it's where the OP got a lot of his notes and mnemonics from. Very good website.
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Try johndclare.net

It has notes for all the countries. And it's where the OP got a lot of his notes and mnemonics from. Very good website.
Wish I had known about that website before, it is indeed very good.
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Wish I had known about that website before, it is indeed very good.
I revised paper 1 mainly from that website; it help so much. Without it, I might have just scrapped an A, but now I'm pretty sure I got an A* for paper one, and hopefully something similar for paper 2.
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I revised paper 1 mainly from that website; it help so much. Without it, I might have just scrapped an A, but now I'm pretty sure I got an A* for paper one, and hopefully something similar for paper 2.
Yeah, even the section on exam technique is really useful!
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Can someone tell me how many questions you have to answer on this paper?
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Two in total (One on Germany + One on Russia) but you get a choice of Four Questions to choose from.

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Also they mustmustmust be one question from section A and one from B. My friend did two from section A in the mocks and she could only get marks for one of them.
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Also my teacher said, don't try to learn just early Germany or late Russia, so that you do Germany first question and Russia second one, because the questions overlap sometimes so you may end up being asked something you haven't revised

If that makes any sense
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Also my teacher said, don't try to learn just early Germany or late Russia, so that you do Germany first question and Russia second one, because the questions overlap sometimes so you may end up being asked something you haven't revised

If that makes any sense
I'm really hoping that early Russia comes up in the 45 Mark question..because i'm stronger at Russia..but i've found out I don't know but about late Russia and Stalin
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Yeah I totally underestimated how much more content you really need to know for Paper 2
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Anybody got decent model answers for any of these essays:

how far do the early problems of the weimar republic suggest that it was doomed from the start?
how far did the weimar republic recover under stressemann?
how did the nazi party develop its ideas and organisation up to 1929?
how did hitler change germany from a democracy to a nazi dictatorship, 1933-1934?
what were the main features of totalitarian dictatorship in nazi germany?
to what extent did the german people benefit from nazi rule in the 1930s?
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