international relations AQA

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What is GCSE history about?
Treaty of Versailles
What were the motives and aims of the big three at Versailles?
Why did the victors not get everything they want from the treaty?
What were the immediate reactions to the peace settlement?
League of nations
What were the aims of the league?
How successful was the league in the 1920's?
How far did weaknesses in the league organisation make failure
inevitable?
How far did the depression make the work of the league more difficult?
Why did the league fail over Manchuria and Abyssinia?
Causes of world war two
What were the long-term consequences of the peace treaty of
1919-1923?
What were the consequences of the failures of the league in 1930's?
How far was Hitler's foreign policy to blame for the outbreak of war in
1939?
How important was the Nazi-Soviet pact?
Was the policy of appeasement justified?
Paper 1- international relations and Germany depth study
45%total of GCSE
2 hour exam
75 marks
paper 2 ­British depth study
30% of total GCSE
1 hour 30 minuets exam
75 marks
course work- American depth study
25% of total GCSE
8 hours (with planning)
2000 words

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GCSE grade boundaries
A* - 90%
A ­ 80%
B-70%
C-60%
D- 50%
E-40%
F-30%
G-20%
U- Below 20%…read more

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What were the aims of the `big three' at the Paris peace
conference?
George Clemenceau
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The treaty of Versailles
War guilt
Germany had to except the blame for the war and was being treated harshly by
the treaty
Reparations
As Germany is to blame for the war, they have to pay for the damages, £6600
million.…read more

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By the treaty Germanys oversea empire was taken away and distributed to
counties that have suffered damage during the war. Germany has also been
banned from having an Anschluss with Austria.…read more

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The Rhineland was Wanted more money
demilitarized from Germany
Germany paid for the Germany was still
damage they caused loud 100,000 men in
the army and 6
Gain land back from battleships
Germany
Germany was not
split into smaller
states
George Clemenceau
Gained land to add to Germany still had a
the British empire navy
Trade began again Germany was treated
with Germany harshly
German colonies Had free access to the
were taken away sea
Got money for the Still had 6
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Diktat- dictated peace
Germany was not aloud to negotiate with the big three about the terms
and conditions, as they thought that Germany would have extreme ideas
about it.
Germany was forced to sign the treaty on threat of the war to carry on.…read more

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Treaty Date Dealt with Details
Treaty of 1919 Austria Bohemia and
St.Germain Moravia to
create a new
state called
Czechoslovakia
restricted army
to 30,000 men
and forbidden
them to unit
with Germany
Treaty of 1919 Bulgaria Lost land to
Neuilly Greece, Romania
and Yugoslavia
and access to the
sea. Limited
their armed
forces to 20,000
men and made
them pay £100
million in
reparations
Treaty of 1920 Hungry Lost
Trianon Transylvania to
Romania,
Slovakia to
Czechoslovakia
and Slovenia to
Yugoslavia.…read more

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The League of Nations was Woodrow Wilson's idea and one of his 14
point in the treaty of Versailles to ensure that another war never
happens
It was set up n 1920 to settle distributes between countries
Germany wasn't aloud to join the league of nations until they had
proved themselves as peace loving people which they did in 1926
Why was the league created?
To prevent war
To create a utopian world
To establish trade through out the world again
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The League of Nations was the Americans idea in the first place
however they never joined. Woodrow Wilson made this point on
the treaty of Versailles and felt that it would help to bring peace
through out the world. This point was thought of as no one really
wanted another war so by creating a the league it assured that all
the countries would work together for collective security.…read more

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