Weimar and Nazi Germany
Part of a series designed to meet the requirements of the revised GCSE syllabus, this pupil's book examines the events that took place in Nazi Germany between 1918 and 1945. It balances concise narrative with a range of source material, and approaches topics by looking at important issues and posing key historical questions about the period. The book focuses on the lives of people in the ghettos, the power of propaganda and the role of the individual. There are summary boxes to aid revision and practice exam questions. There is an accompanying teacher's resource book, and the information in this text is also covered in a simplified foundation-edition pupil's book aimed at lower achievers.
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THE NAZI REHIME 193345
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