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CHAPTER 1 THE NAZI RISE TO POWER 1.1: What were the weaknesses and strengths of Weimar democracy? 1.2: How was Hitler able to come to power in 1933? CHAPTER 2 CONTROL AND OPPOSITION IN NAZI GERMANY 2.1: How did Hitler create a dictatorship? 2.2: How effectively did the Nazis control Germany in the years 1933-1945? CHAPTER 3 GERMANY ECONOMY AND SOCIETY 1933-1945 3.1: How much change did the Nazis bring about in German society? 3.2: How successful were the Nazis in rebuilding the German economy? CHAPTER 4 RACE AND YOUTH 1933-1945 4.1: How successful were the Nazis in influencing young people? 4.2: How important in Germany were Nazis' ideas on race? CHAPTER 5 CULTURE AND PROPAGANDA 5.1: How did the Nazis change the cultural climate of Weimar Germany?
Help your students learn more effectively and improve their exam grade with SHP's active learning approach to GCSE History.
Dale Banham is a Deputy Head teacher in Ipswich having
previously been Humanities Adviser in Suffolk. He has been a long
term adviser and author for the Schools History Project and wrote
the pioneering book King John in the This is History series which
helped transform the teaching of essay writing skills in Key Stage
Chris Culpin was formerly Director of the Schools History Project and is an experienced Senior Examiner at GCSE.
From a review of Essential Germany
Their [Dale Banham and Chris Culpin] techniques shine through in the text to allow students a more engaging set of pathways into GCSE success. Student activities are set with a view to student enjoyment, but with an eye on retaining academic vigour...this is a very welcome addition to the crowded 'Germany 1918-45' bookcase.Andy Wallace,
Head of History
Ravens Wood School, Bromley