Nazi Social Policies

Nazi Social Policies

Detailed mind maps on the social policies put in place during Nazi Germany. -Women -Workers -Youth [does not include social policies towards the Church)
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16 Mark Question Essay Plans - Biopsychology

16 Mark Question Essay Plans - Biopsychology

An example of essay plans for 16 mark questions in the Biopsychology unit of Paper Two - AQA Psychology - Plasticity and functional recovery - Split brain research - Brain scanning techniques - Circadian rhythms Includes details for A01 and six evaluation points for A03
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Finance under Edward, Mary and Elizabeth

Finance under Edward, Mary and Elizabeth

All information from “England under the Tudors” by Geoffrey Elton- Chapter IX “England during the Price Revolution” Details about finance, including trade and inflation etc, under Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I credit to a friend in my class who helped in creating this
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Nazi Propaganda enquiry

Nazi Propaganda enquiry

How effectively did the Nazi Regime use propaganda between 1933 and 1945? Propaganda and the Hitler Myth Includes: - Definition of Propaganda - Methods of Propaganda > Radio > Posters and Newspapers > Film > Rallies and Parades - The Hitler Myth - Conclusion + historical interpretations and primary sources Created during studying for AQA A Level History: Democracy and Nazism: Germany, 1918–1945
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An Inspector Calls themes

An Inspector Calls themes

Mindmap explaining why and how different themes are presented in An Inspector Calls: - Social Respnsibility - Learning About Life - Judgement - Men and Women - Young and Old - Social Class - Family Life - Britain 1912/1945
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Of Mice and Men Themes

Of Mice and Men Themes

Mindmap explaining why and how different themes are presented in Of Mice and Men: -Women -Prejudice -Dreams -Loneliness and Isolation -Destiny -Death
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Edexcel RE Unit 3

Edexcel RE Unit 3

Everything you need to know for a Religious Education GCSE on the Edexcel exam board. -Matters of Life and Death -Religion and Community Cohesion -Living th Christian Life -Believeing in God (approx. 15,000 words + practice questions)
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Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary, Queen of Scots

Timeline of important events of Mary Stuart's life, 1542-1567 A summary of her plots against Elizabeth I and to what extent she posed a real threat to Elizabeth
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Edward Seymour vs. John Dudley

Edward Seymour vs. John Dudley

Notes on the: Personality Rise to power Religious beliefs Family History What happened to him? of Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset, and John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, two advisors of Edward VI.
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