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· The Establishment of the Weimar Republic and its early
problems.
· The Recovery of Germany, 1924-29
· The Rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party
· Life in Nazi Germany
· The impact of the second world War on Germany
Edexcel iGCSE History
Topic A3: Development of Dictatorship: Germany,…

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Chronological Revision (Aka. Timelines)
Chronology is tested directly in the first question in the IGCSE Exam, but in
fact, it is vital evidence for ALL you the need questions to get the in section
higher marks A.
on parts c) and d).
Events of 1918
Events of 1919 - Kaiser…

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Fire - Communist Party outlawed - Reichstag elections ­ Nazis fail to gain overall
majority - 1st concentration camp founded at Dachau - Enabling Act passed - Gestapo formed Events of 1934 -
Night of the Long Knives - President Hindenburg dies - Hitler becomes Fuhrer - Army swears oath…

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Events of 1938
Events of 1939 - Anschluss with Austria
- Germany invades the rest of Czechoslovakia - 1938 Munich Agreement
- Nazi-Soviet Pact - Kristallnacht
- Germany invades Poland - Britain and France declare war on Germany - Establishment of the first ghettos
Events of 1940…

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· Owing to PR, there were many small parties in the Reichstag, so most Weimar governments were
short-lived coalitions (this is when parties decide to try to work together).
· From 1919 to 1923 there were nine coalition governments- they could not seem to agree on how to sort
out…

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· Germany also had to limit their armed forces. This made them feel weak. Germany also lost land. This
denied them of resources. This also meant that some Germany speaking people no longer lived in
Germany.
· The Germans were also forced to admit sole responsibility for starting the war.…

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· The Establishment of the Weimar Republic and its early
problems.
· The Recovery of Germany, 1924-29
· The Rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party
· Life in Nazi Germany
· The impact of the second world War on Germany
Edexcel iGCSE History
Topic A3: Development of Dictatorship: Germany,…

Page 3

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Page 4

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Chronological Revision (Aka. Timelines)
Chronology is tested directly in the first question in the IGCSE Exam, but in
fact, it is vital evidence for ALL you the need questions to get the in section
higher marks A.
on parts c) and d).
Events of 1918
Events of 1919 - Kaiser…

Page 5

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Fire - Communist Party outlawed - Reichstag elections ­ Nazis fail to gain overall
majority - 1st concentration camp founded at Dachau - Enabling Act passed - Gestapo formed Events of 1934 -
Night of the Long Knives - President Hindenburg dies - Hitler becomes Fuhrer - Army swears oath…

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Page | 9
Events of 1938
Events of 1939 - Anschluss with Austria
- Germany invades the rest of Czechoslovakia - 1938 Munich Agreement
- Nazi-Soviet Pact - Kristallnacht
- Germany invades Poland - Britain and France declare war on Germany - Establishment of the first ghettos
Events of 1940…

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· Owing to PR, there were many small parties in the Reichstag, so most Weimar governments were
short-lived coalitions (this is when parties decide to try to work together).
· From 1919 to 1923 there were nine coalition governments- they could not seem to agree on how to sort
out…

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· Germany also had to limit their armed forces. This made them feel weak. Germany also lost land. This
denied them of resources. This also meant that some Germany speaking people no longer lived in
Germany.
· The Germans were also forced to admit sole responsibility for starting the war.…

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