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Hitler was born in Austria but joined the German army when the First World War broke out
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Schindler’s List’ Summary and Analysis of Scenes Scenes 1 to 10: Schindler and the Establishment of His Factory pp2-5 Scenes 11 to 14: Liquidation of the Ghetto Schindler’s List’ Summary and Analysis of Scenes Scenes 1 to 10: Schindler and the Establishment of His Factory pp2-5 Scenes 11 to 14: Liquidation of the Ghetto
The candle smoke becomes steam from a steam engine, and the film is now black and white. A single Jewish family registers at a folding table. As the scene continues, it shows the vast number of Jews arriving in Krakow, Poland to register
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Justification/Engagement event ideas DistributionJustification/Engagement event ideas Distribution
Contextualisation of soldiers' attitudes in ww1, romantic/nostalgic view ww1, produced during wwii each war feels worse than the last, psychological effect on memory of ww1, understanding sense of rejection, betrayal of wwi soldiers
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What Was Mengele’s Childhood like? How did Mengele become involved in the Nazi Party? What was Mengele’s Role in Auschwitz?What Was Mengele’s Childhood like? How did Mengele become involved in the Nazi Party? What was Mengele’s Role in Auschwitz?
What was the General Nature of Mengele’s Experiments, and who did he use as victims?
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Why the weimar republic failedWhy the weimar republic failed
I examine how a series of events led to the weakness of the Weimar Government and bolstered the appeal of the Nazi Party to the German people
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Analyze the causes and results of economic problems in one European country between 1919 and 1939Analyze the causes and results of economic problems in one European country between 1919 and 1939
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Nazi germanyNazi germany
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Date History and CultureDate History and Culture
Nicaraguan poet Rubén Dario launches Modernismo, a literary phenomenon that has great resonance in all of Latin America
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Holocaust Introductory Web QuestHolocaust Introductory Web Quest
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Year 11 Outcome 3 Assessment task Research Essay: Nazi GermanyYear 11 Outcome 3 Assessment task Research Essay: Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany. This can include studies of social movements, such as trade unions, feminist groups, the Hitler Youth, speech and propaganda, or it can concentrate on the daily life of people in this time
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Sample essay 7c tang Hoi WanSample essay 7c tang Hoi Wan
To what extent could economic factors explain the rise of totalitarianism in Germany in the 1930s?
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E. Sudetenland Which of the following was not a policy Mussolini pursued in building a fascist dictatorship? a signing a treaty with the Catholic Church to gain its support b emancipating women from domestic duties to increase factoryE. Sudetenland Which of the following was not a policy Mussolini pursued in building a fascist dictatorship? a signing a treaty with the Catholic Church to gain its support b emancipating women from domestic duties to increase factory
Which of the following areas was conceded to Hitler at the Munich Conference of 1938?
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Imperialism what was a principal reason for the success of European colonialism in Asia in the late 1800s? Asian respected Europeans as representatives of an advanced civilization europe was able toImperialism what was a principal reason for the success of European colonialism in Asia in the late 1800s? Asian respected Europeans as representatives of an advanced civilization europe was able to
Which policy is most directly associated with the terms spheres of influence, extraterritoriality, and protectorate?
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I. The Rise of DictatorsI. The Rise of Dictators
A. The treaty that ended World War I and the economic depression that followed contributed to the rise of dictatorships in Europe and Asia
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Route G: Nationalism, dictatorship and democracy in twentieth-century Europe: Germany and West Germany, 1918–89 (30%)Route G: Nationalism, dictatorship and democracy in twentieth-century Europe: Germany and West Germany, 1918–89 (30%)
The main threat to the existence of the Weimar Republic in the years 1919-1923 was it’s fated constitution’ How far do you agree with this judgement?
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