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GCSE Modern World History. Paper 1 – International Relations Why were German children using banknotes as building blocks after World War 1? Why was there.

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1 GCSE Modern World History

2 Paper 1 – International Relations Why were German children using banknotes as building blocks after World War 1? Why was there ANOTHER world war 20 years later? And who was REALLY responsible? And why was the Cold War so chilly if it was all about nuclear weapons? ?

3 Paper 1 – USA Depth Study Find out about the Roaring Twenties… …the new technology & gadgets! …the Golden Age of Hollywood! …the new music that swept the world! …the Flappers whose lifestyle shocked the nation! …and the Anti-Flirt League who tried to ban them!

4 Paper 1 – USA Depth Study …and not forgetting the car that changed the world!

5 Paper 1 – USA Depth Study How did a gangster like Al Capone murder over 300 people & never get convicted? Who were the Ku Klux Klan & why did they maim, torture or kill so many black people? And why was the government PAYING people to scare away pigeons from the steps of the town hall?

6 Paper 2 – Britain Why were there beggars on the streets, soldiers too sick to fight and children getting killed by their parents for the insurance money? How did Emily Davison help get women the vote… …by getting herself killed during a horse race? And why was DORA responsible for giving us Alsatians, British summer time, and a Queen called Windsor?

7 Coursework – Nazi Germany What was it like to live in Hitlers Germany if you were… …young? …female? …unemployed? …Jewish?

8 What can you do with History GCSE?


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