An audio revision guide that gives tips and tricks to answer sourcework questions accurately. It is designed for use with Paper 2 of the OCR Modern World history paper (British Depth Study: 1960-1918), but many of the hints are good practice with any sourcework. The guide covers sourcework questions
An audio revision guides that considers the role of the suffragist, the suffragettes, and World war 1 in gaining women the right to vote.
An audio revision guides that explains the impact of World War 1 on British civilians. It is split into two key sections - recruitment and government powers.
A VERY BRIEF overview audio revision guide that explains the causes, course and consequences of the Cold War. Originally recorded for Y9 students, this should only be used as a very first starting point for GCSE History students who need to know the topic in much greater detail.
An audio revision guide that explains the factors that contributed to the rise of Hitler 1919-1934.
An audio revision guide that explains the experience of Weimar Germany in the years 1919-1929.
An audio revision guide that compares the experience of young people, women and families, and minorities in Nazi Germany.
An audio revision guide that explains the Nazi methods of control: the carrot, the stick, and propaganda.
An audio revision guide that explains the aims of the Big Three, and considers the outcome of the Treaty of Versailles.
An audio revision guide that covers why the Liberal Reforms were introduced, what they did, and how successful they were.