Oxford AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension in Asia 1950-1975
$18.74

Oxford AQA GCSE History: Conflict and Tension in Asia 1950-1975

By Aaron Wilkes, Lindsay Bruce
US$ 18.74
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Book Description

This Student Book is written specifically to match the new 2016 AQA GCSE History specification, and is developed by Aaron Wilkes, an experienced Head of History, and Jon Cloake, an author with examining experience. Features such as Sources, Practice Questions and Study Tips help students prepare for the new AQA exams.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction to the Oxford AQA GCSE History series
  • Timeline
  • Part one Conflict in Korea
    • Chapter 1: The causes of the Korean War
      • 1.1 A What was the Cold War?
      • 1.1B What was the Cold War?
      • 1.2A Korea and the Cold War
      • 1.2B Korea and the Cold War
      • 1.3 Korea vs Korea
    • Chapter 2: The development of the Korean War
      • 2.1A The United Nations at war
      • 2. 1B The United Nations at war
      • 2.2 China enters the war
    • Chapter 3: The end of the Korean War
      • 3.1 Stalemate
      • 3.2A The importance of the Korean War
      • 3.2B The importance of the Korean War
      • How to... analyse sources
  • Part two Escalation of conflict in Vietnam
    • Chapter 4: The end of French colonial rule
      • 4.1A The French in Asia
      • 4.1B The French in Asia
      • 4.2A Civil war in South Vietnam
      • 4.2B Civil war in South Vietnam
      • 4.3 Who were the Vietcong?
    • Chapter 5: The US involvement in Vietnam
      • 5.1 What was the Domino Theory?
      • 5.2A Eisenhower, Kennedy and the Domino Theory
      • 5.2B Eisenhower, Kennedy and the Domino Theory
    • Chapter 6: Johnson's war
      • 6.1A Why was the Gulf of Tonkin incident important?
      • 6.1B Why was the Gulf of Tonkin incident important?
      • 6.2A How did the Vietcong fight?
      • 6.2B How did the Vietcong fight?
      • 6.3A How did the Americans fight the Vietcong?
      • 6.3B How did the Americans fight the Vietcong?
      • 6.4 The Tet Offensive – a turning point
      • 6.5A What was the impact of the My Lai massacre?
      • 6.5B What was the impact of the My Lai massacre?
      • 6.6A Growing demands for peace
      • 6.6B Growing demands for peace
      • How to...write an account
    • How to...write an account
  • Part three The ending of conflict in Vietnam
    • Chapter 7: Nixon’s war
      • 7.1 Why did Nixon introduce Vietnamisation?
      • 7.2 The widening of the war
    • Chapter 8: Opposition to war
      • 8.1A What happened at Kent State University?
      • 8.1B What happened at Kent State University?
      • 8.2A Media coverage of the Vietnam war
      • 8.2B Media coverage of the Vietnam war
    • Chapter 9: The end of the war
      • 9.1A How did the USA withdraw from Vietnam?
      • 9.1B How did the USA withdraw from Vietnam?
      • 9.2A How much did the Vietnam War cost?
      • 9.2B How much did the Vietnam War cost?
      • How to... respond to statements
      • Practice Questions for Paper 1:Conflict and Tension in Asia 1950–1975
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Acknowledgements
  • Back Cover
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