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Rise of Dictators.

Rise of Dictators.

This resource explains the rise of dictators after World War1 and explains the meaning of totalitarian state. It explains the features of dictators and the reasons why dictators- Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin rose to power in Europe. The resource explains impact of dictatorial regime in Europe, and its contribution to World War11. The resource explains the origins of World War 11, its impact / consequences. It explains the relationship between the Axis and Allied powers after WW2. Contains class activities and photographs. Prepared for IGCSE students.
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Nazi Germany: The Radical State 1933-45 - Anti-Semitic Policies and the Treatment of Jews

Nazi Germany: The Radical State 1933-45 - Anti-Semitic Policies and the Treatment of Jews

This lesson is titled ‘The Development of Anti-Semitic Policies & The Treatment of Jews in the Early Years of the War’. It is the final lesson (3/3) in a topic titled ‘The Radical State, 1933-1945’. This topic is the second (2/3) in a study of Nazi Germany, 1933-1945 and is of particular relevance to those studying the new AQA A-Level, option 2O. Some of the key focuses include… The Anschluss Kristallnacht Forced Emigration and Impacts on the Jewish Community The Degeneration from Racism to Genocide Racial Policy in Poland and Polish Jews Ghettoisation (Warsaw Ghetto case study) End of topic quiz, essay questions and source analysis question
MrTHistory
Nazi Germany: The Radical State 1933-45 - Anti-Semitism

Nazi Germany: The Radical State 1933-45 - Anti-Semitism

This lesson is titled ‘Anti-Semitism���. It is the second lesson (2/3) in a topic titled ‘The Radical State, 1933-1945’. This topic is the second (2/3) in a study of Nazi Germany, 1933-1945 and is of particular relevance to those studying the new AQA A-Level, option 2O. Some of the key focuses include… The Nazi approaches towards Anti-Semitism Legal Discrimination (Nuremberg Laws etc…) Propaganda and Indoctrination Terror and violence
MrTHistory
Nazi Germany: The Radical State 1933-45 - The Radicalisation of the State

Nazi Germany: The Radical State 1933-45 - The Radicalisation of the State

This lesson is titled ‘The Radicalisation of the State’. It is the first lesson (1/3) in a topic titled ‘The Radical State, 1933-1945’. This topic is the second (2/3) in a study of Nazi Germany, 1933-1945 and is of particular relevance to those studying the new AQA A-Level, option 2O. Some of the key focuses include… The roots and origins of Anti-Semitism, through the use of educational videos Analysis of the 25 Point Programme and the steps towards genocide The ‘Outsiders’ in the Volksgemeinschaft - opponents, asocials and untermenschen.
MrTHistory
World War II

World War II

This bundle includes everything you need to teach children about WWII from the events and who was involved, to Anne Frank and the tanks and planes used during the fighting. Perfect for a series of 7 lessons on WWII. Included in this pack: > Presentations for each lesson, with interactive activities and links to videos. > Worksheets for certain lessons, which are differentiated and linked directly to the lesson. > Activities to introduce WWII including rationing and instructions for building an Air-raid shelter.
HollywoodR95
Tanks & Planes of WWII

Tanks & Planes of WWII

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at some of the more famous and well known tanks and planes that were used by both the Allies and the Axis. Discusses not only some of the features of the vehicles but also when they were used and why. Perfect for a KS2 class looking at WWII or for a KS3 class who are researching about WWII. Activity: Ask children to describe the similarities and differences between the different types of tank and plane. Focus on interesting adjectives, etc.
HollywoodR95
Development of modern warfare in 109 historial sources from 1914 to 1960

Development of modern warfare in 109 historial sources from 1914 to 1960

This outstanding resource which spans 21 pages and includes 109 historical sources, describes how modern warfare has developed from 1914 to 1960. It covers everything from the war of movement in 1914 to the stalemate, development of new tatics on the Western Front to Blitzkrieg, War at Sea, rador, sonar area bombing and the development of the atomic bomb and the cold war arms race. If you are a history teaching looking for a rich resource from which you can easily adapt maps, diagrams, primary and secondary resources, then this is the one resource that you will want in your teachers toolkit! Kind Regards Roy
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