History B Modern World Paper 1 Revision Magazine

FlashBack is a magazine-style revision aid specifically designed to accomodate OCR History B Modern World historians working at GCSE level. Within this magazine, you can catch up on the main names, dates and events enveloping the treaty of versailles, weimar republic and the league of nations during the 1920s!

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Volume 1 Number 2 January 2012

The Aftermath of WWI
Starvation, debt and celebration

The Treaty of
Why do historians claim this
brought about the Nazi's?
Weimar - the first democratic
state in Germany

Woodlands History


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Introducing QR technology: Article's
with video's available online can be Volume 1 - Number 2 - December 2011
accessed quickly and easily by simply
placing your smartphone over these
3 The Aftermath of WWI
After 4 years in a bloodbath of destruction,
misery and despair, which would…

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Source A World War one was a conflict which Russia, the country which had pulled out
would alter society forever. After 4 years 1 year before the end of the war sustained
The infamous, of continuous fighting, a war in which a loss of 1.8 million…

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The social standards and values had Source B
changed significantly; the war gave A woman voter,
women occupations and when the men
in the polling
returned, the women expressed a
booth after her
nationalistic patriotism and drive to help
in the recuperation of the nation; however enfranchisement
some 750,000 women…

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Source A

Wilson, Lloyd
George and
Clemenceau are
paraded through the

crowded streets of

Written by Ben Lammin

A prologue to the Treaty Who were the Big Four?

Across the decimated land which once was a Originally, the major players at the hall of

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Naval presence of Germany was reduced; after Source B
Within the council chamber his domineering manner, his
all it was the naval arms race which
brusqueness of speech, and his driving methods of conducting
contributed to the war initially. Lloyd George Robert Lansing,
business disappeared. He showed patience and consideration…

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Vittorio Orlando ­ Prime Minister of Italy Another final major part of the Treaty of
Versailles which particularly angered
When war started in 1914, Italy originally backed Germany was Article 231. The War-Guilt
the German effort, but in 1915, the Italians would clause. Germany was to accept all of the…

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THE Source A

The League of

Nations logo

Written by Ben Lammin

Wilson's fourteenth point in the Paris Nevertheless the public opinion was
Peace Conference would perhaps be one of strongly against further involvement in
the most important products of the European politics and affairs, the general…

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The League, perhaps a sign of its initial To operate, the League had an ordered
Source B failure from such an early stage in its structure, in the centre of the league;
formation. there was the secretariat, which dealt with
the bureaucratic elements of the league,
Woodrow Wilson, It…


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