Possible Paper I Sources Updated 2009

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Possible Paper I Sources Updated 2009

  1. 4. 4 Study the Source carefully and answer the questions that follow. Source A A German cartoon about the Treaty of Versailles. Clemençeau prepares to guillotine a figure representing Germany as Wilson and Lloyd-George look on. (a) Look at Source A What is the cartoonist suggesting about the Treaty of Versailles ? Explain your answer, referring to details of the cartoon. [6] (b) In what ways was President Wilson dissatisfied with the Treaty of Versailles ? Explain your answer. [9]
  2. 5. 2 Study the Source carefully and then answer the questions which follow. Source A A cartoon by the left wing artist David Low. This was published in January 1921 and is criticising the high level of reparations payments which Germany had to make. (a) Look at source A What is the cartoonist saying about the reparations payments contained within the Treaty of Versailles ? Explain your answer, referring to the details in the cartoon. [6] (b) In what other ways did the Germans suffer under the terms of Versailles ?[9]
  3. 6. 1 Study the Source carefully and then answer the questions which follow. Source A A German Cartoon, 1919. The Allies are shown as devils preparing to make Germany sign the Treaty of Versailles (a) Look at source A What is the cartoonist saying about the Treaty of Versailles ? Explain your answer, referring to the details in the cartoon. [6] (b) For what reasons did the Germans resent the Treaty of Versailles ? [9]
  4. 27. A French soldier guarding a train from the Ruhr 1923
  5. 28. A photograph taken in 1923 with German children using money as a toy
  6. 29. A photograph from 1924 of Hitler and his fellow Nazis in prison after the Munich Putsch.
  7. 30. A poster published 1932. It says, ‘Our last hope: Hitler’.
  8. 31. X-REF if you can “ “ from it Tone Language Purpose CK – look for the date – that’s the clue……..especially for the German Depth Study….

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