Comprehensive revision guide covering all the specification points for Theme 4: Aspects of life in Germany and West Germany, 1918-89
Attitudes towards women, 1918–89; the role and status of women, 1918–1932; the impact of the Kinder, Küche, Kirche policies and the Second World War on women’s lives, 1933–45; the role and status of women in the FRG.
Education and cultural developments, 1918–89: education in the Weimar Republic; cultural experimentation, 1918–32; Nazi education and cultural policies, 1933–45; education in the FRG, including post-war re-education policies; cultural and generational tensions in the FRG.
The position of ethnic minorities, 1918–89: the status of, and attitudes towards, ethnic minorities, 1918–32; Nazi racial policies, including the Final Solution; the status of, and attitudes towards, ethnic minorities in the FRG.
Compiled by student who was awarded grade ‘A’ at both AS and A Level in history.
Comprehensive revision guide covering all the specification points for Theme 1: Political and governmental change, 1918-89.
Creation and collapse of the Weimar Republic, 1918-33: creation of the Weimar Republic, key problems + how they were overcome, the collapse of democracy
Nazi dictatorship, 1933-45: establishing a dictatorship, the nature of Nazi government both before and during wartime
Return to democratic government, 1945-89: creation of the FRG, Adenauer, Erhard, Brandt, Schmidt, Kohl
Study notes on the Robert Browning poetry anthology within the AQA AS/A Level English Language and Literature course.
Includes extensive notes on the following poems:
Home Thoughts, From Abroad
Johannes Agricola in Meditation
Meeting at Night
Parting at Morning
My Last Duchess
The Lost Leader
Compiled by a student who achieved an A* grade in summer 2018.
Comprehensive revision guide covering all the specification points for Theme 3: Economic development and policies, 1918-89
Reacting to economic challenges, 1918–32: economic crises and government response, 1918–23; policies for recovery, 1924–28; impact of, and response to, the Great Depression, 1929–32; changing living standards, 1918–32.
Controlling the economy, 1933–45: attempting economic recovery, 1933–36; creating a command economy, 1936– 39; changing living standards 1933–39; impact of war, 1939–45.
Creating a social market economy, 1945–89: economic recovery, 1945–55; the ‘economic miracle’, 1955–66; surviving economic challenges, 1966–1989. Integration into the European economy, 1949–89; changing living standards, 1945–89.
Compiled by student who was awarded grade ‘A’ at AS Level and ‘A’ at A Level in history.
Simplified outline of relevant specification points (A02, A05) and what is required of them.
Notes from MASSOLIT lecture series on A Streetcar Named Desire by Dr. John McRae
Outline of tensions within A Streetcar Named Desire
Notes on characters with textual reference
Comprehensive revision guide covering all the specification points for Theme 2: Opposition, contraband consent, 1918-89.
Opposition to government, 1918–89: the impact of Versailles, political extremism and crises, 1918–33; opposition and dissent in Nazi Germany, 1933–45; political dissent and active challenge, 1949–89.
Controlling the people, 1918–89: attempts to control extremism, 1918–32; censorship, repression and propaganda, 1933–45; the de-Nazification policies of the western allies, 1945–49; the constitutional and legal response to political extremism, 1949–89.
Popular support, 1919–89: the nature of support for the Weimar government, 1919–32; support for the Nazi regime, 1933–45; the nature of support for democracy 1945–89.