History B Modern World Paper 1 Revision Magazine - Part 2

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 Hitler's rise to power, the troubled future of the League of Nations in the 1930's as well as the course of appeasement! 

All materials are property of Ben Lammin and Woodlands School.

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FLASHBACK FLASHBACK Volume Volume 1 1 Number Number
3 3 March March 2012 2012
The origins of WWII Edition

The League of Nations And it's collapse in the
1930's
Nazism Germany's road to perdition The Munich putsch, the collapse
of the Weimar and the consolidation of power in 1933
AND…

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FLASHBACK
Introducing QR technology: Article's with video's available online can be

Volume 1 - Number 3 ­ March 2012
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FlashBack is a new series of podcasts, videos and magazines designed for
you to revise GCSE modern history.…

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THE STEPPING STONES TO WAR
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS

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FLASHBACK ONLINE
THE FUTURE OF THE PAST


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FlashBack magazines were just the start. Now, FlashBack Online
is here to offer you a modern, bespoke platform designed to
accommodate your GCSE Modern History revision needs,
providing you with a full archive of…

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COMI THIRD
Introduction
Robert Harris once noted in his book, selling Hitler, that following the prophets and
teachings of the Holy Bible, Hitler and the Nazi party constitute the second largest topic
covered in all books ever written. That means in the course of the previous 5,000 years,
when the…

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designed logo; the swastika. The red represented the people, the white purity, and the
swastika itself embodied, in Hitler's words, "a symbol of our own struggle". Ironically, the
swastika had, for 3000 years before the Nazi utilisation, symbolised life and good luck.

"A symbol for our own struggle"
Hitler also…

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History B Modern World Paper 1 Revision Magazine - Part 2

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 Hitler's rise to power, the troubled future of the League of Nations in the 1930's as well as the course of appeasement! 

All materials are property of Ben Lammin and Woodlands School.

Pages in this set

Page 1

Preview of page 1

Page 2

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FLASHBACK FLASHBACK Volume Volume 1 1 Number Number
3 3 March March 2012 2012
The origins of WWII Edition

The League of Nations And it's collapse in the
1930's
Nazism Germany's road to perdition The Munich putsch, the collapse
of the Weimar and the consolidation of power in 1933
AND…

Page 3

Preview of page 3

Page 4

Preview of page 4
Information
FLASHBACK
Introducing QR technology: Article's with video's available online can be

Volume 1 - Number 3 ­ March 2012
accessed quickly and easily by simply placing your smartphone over these icons:

FlashBack is a new series of podcasts, videos and magazines designed for
you to revise GCSE modern history.…

Page 5

Preview of page 5
THE STEPPING STONES TO WAR
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS

Page 6

Preview of page 6

Page 7

Preview of page 7
FLASHBACK ONLINE
THE FUTURE OF THE PAST


Try out the definitive
resource of FlashBack
Online today!
FlashBack magazines were just the start. Now, FlashBack Online
is here to offer you a modern, bespoke platform designed to
accommodate your GCSE Modern History revision needs,
providing you with a full archive of…

Page 8

Preview of page 8

Page 9

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COMI THIRD
Introduction
Robert Harris once noted in his book, selling Hitler, that following the prophets and
teachings of the Holy Bible, Hitler and the Nazi party constitute the second largest topic
covered in all books ever written. That means in the course of the previous 5,000 years,
when the…

Page 10

Preview of page 10
designed logo; the swastika. The red represented the people, the white purity, and the
swastika itself embodied, in Hitler's words, "a symbol of our own struggle". Ironically, the
swastika had, for 3000 years before the Nazi utilisation, symbolised life and good luck.

"A symbol for our own struggle"
Hitler also…

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