History for the IB Diploma: Interwar Years: Conflict and Cooperation 1919-39
Cambridge University Press, Nov 29, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 240 pages
An exciting series that covers selected topics from the Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus. This coursebook covers Higher Level option 5, Topic 8, Interwar Years: Conflict and Cooperation 1919-39. The text is divided into clear sections following the IB syllabus structure and content specifications. It offers a sound historical account along with detailed explanations and analysis, and an emphasis on historical debate to prepare students for the in-depth, extended essay required in the Paper 3 examination. It also provides plenty of exam practice including student answers with examiner's comments, simplified mark schemes and practical advice on approaching the Paper 3 examination.
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Weimar Germany 191923
To what extent was the country damaged by the Treaty ofVersailles
In what ways did economic and ﬁnancial issues cause problems
How and with what success did Gustav Stresemann address Germanys
What was Stresemanns contribution as foreign minister in this period?
Italy and Mussolini
What were Mussolinis main economic and social policies?
Germany and the Great Depression 192933
the Great Depression cause the collapse of the Weimar Republic?
What were the main consequences of the Spanish Civil War?
Germany and Hitler
What were Hitlers main economic and social policies?
Hitlers foreign policy follow a consistent plan?
The League of Nations 191929
How successful was the League in the period 191929?
How successful was Mussolinis foreign policy?
Europe and the world
What was the impact of the Great Depression on Europe?
What was the impact of the Great Depression on other parts
The collapse of collective security 192939
How important was appeasement in the road to war?
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