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This is the PowerPoint from the Revision session 6/03/2014. Remember it is no substitute for your own revision. I've put the essay plan we created on Twitter as a Popplet Jpeg.

This is the PowerPoint from the Revision session 6/03/2014. Remember it is no substitute for your own revision. I've put the essay plan we created on Twitter as a Popplet Jpeg.

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The Golden Age of Weimar Revision The Golden Age of Weimar Revision Presentation Transcript

  • Recall, select, deploy and communicate relevant historical knowledge clearly and effectively. Demonstrate understanding of the past through explanation, analysis and arriving at substantiated judgements of key concepts (causes/ consequence/ significance/ continuity/ change and relationships between key features.
  • Uneasy Start (19191923) Consequences of WWI/ The ‘Revolution’ Impact of Treaty of Versailles/ reparations/ guilt/ army/ November Criminals Weimar constitution/ proportional representation/ Article 48/ Coalitions/ President/ Chancellor Uprisings/ Revolts French invasion of the Ruhr/ Hyperinflation Golden Years (19241929) Gustav Stresemann/ Dawes, Young Plans/ Locarno Treaty/ League of Nations/ Kellogg-Briand Pact Weimar Culture Relative political stability. Collapse (1930-1933) Impact of Great Depression/ Rise of Nazis/ Hitler and Propaganda/ Communism/ collapse of central parties/ coalitions/ weakness of Weimar Legacy of Versailles Hindenburg/ Papen/ Schleicher and ‘Backstairs Intrigue’ Reichstag Fire, Enabling Act