Oxford AQA History for GCSE: Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and Dictatorship
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Oxford AQA History for GCSE: Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and Dictatorship

By Aaron Wilkes
US$ 18.74
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Book Description

This Germany book is written specially to match the new 2016 AQA GCSE History specification, and is developed by an experienced head of history and an author with senior examining experience. Carefully designed features such as Interpretations, Practice Questions and Study Tips help students prepare for the new AQA exam questions.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Timeline Germany 1890 –1945
  • Part One
    • 1.1A What was Germany like before the First World War?
    • 1.1B What was Germany like before the First World War?
    • 2.1 Germany and the First World War
    • 2.2A What was the Weimar Republic?
    • 2.2B What was the Weimar Republic?
    • 2.3 Why did Germans hate the Treaty of Versailles?
    • 2.4A 1923: The Weimar Republic in trouble
    • 2.4B 1923: The Weimar Republic in trouble
    • 3.1 Murders and uprisings
    • 3.2A Hitler and the Munich Putsch
    • 3.2B Hitler and the Munich Putsch
    • 3.3 To what extent did the Weimar Republic recover after 1923?
    • 3.4 Germany’s Golden Age
    • 3.5 How to... tackle the interpretation question
  • Part Two
    • 4.1 How did the Depressionaffect Germany?
    • 4.2A The growth of the Nazi Party
    • 4.2B The growth of the Nazi Party
    • 4.3 Who voted for the Nazis?
    • 5.1 How did Hitler become Chancellor?
    • 6.1A How did Hitler begin to eliminate his opposition?
    • 6.1B How did Hitler begin to eliminate his opposition?
    • 6.2 The Night of the Long Knives
  • Part Three
    • 7.1 ‘Work and bread’
    • 7.2 Did Hitler make Germany‘self-sufficient’?
    • 7.3 Were ordinary Germans better off under the Nazis?
    • 7.4 The impact of war
    • 8.1A How did the Nazis change the lives of young people?
    • 8.1B How did the Nazis change the lives of young people?
    • 8.2 Women in Nazi Germany
    • 8.3 Christianity and the Nazis
    • 8.4 Who was on Hitler’s ‘hate list’?
    • 8.5A The journey to the Final Solution
    • 8.5B The journey to the Final Solution
    • 8.6 How to…tackle the bullet point question
    • 9.1 Fear and terror: repression and the police state
    • 9.2 ‘Winning people over’
    • 9.3A How were the arts and culture of Germany affected byNazi rule?
    • 9.3B How were the arts and culture of Germany affected by Nazi rule?
    • 9.4A Resistance and opposition to Hitler
    • 9.4B Resistance and opposition to Hitler
  • Practice Questions for Paper 1:Germany 1890–1945: Democracy and Dictatorship
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Acknowledgements
  • Untitled
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