Unit 2 (WJEC) Germany in Transition (1929-1947)

Just a complete guide to the second (WJEC) unit of Germany. Adapted from my notes, which were in turn adapted from the good words of my History teachers and from the relevant (WJEC) textbooks. Covers right through the War, and from the period of 1929 to 1947, plus, at the beginning, a little section on the Big Three Crises of 1929 (Hyperinflation, Munich Putsch etc). Any questions/sourcework that are not notes are seperated by a full line of dashes at their beginning and end. SPG checked, relevant for 2012.

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Thankyou!! This is so good and helpful!!

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massive help

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Another thing is that asteroids are rock fragments made around 4.5 billion years ago. They formed quite close to the Sun, which explains why they contain no ice (i.e it melted). Asteroids come in many shapes and forms.
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Durre here is the next bit on Asteroids. Most are found in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. This is thought to actually have been another planet, that couldn't form because Jupiter's gravitational pull was too great. Now and again asteroids wander away from the belt. Another belt of asteroids is the Kuiper belt, found past Neptune, around about where Pluto is. Pluto is in fact just a very large trans-neptunian object. Here many of the dwarf planets are also found. Asteroids usually have a more circular orbit than comets as well.
Durre here is the next bit on Asteroids. Most are found in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. This is thought to actually have been another planet, that couldn't form because Jupiter's gravitational pull was too great. Now and again asteroids wander away from the belt. Another belt of asteroids is the Kuiper belt, found past Neptune, around about where Pluto is. Pluto is in fact just a very large trans-neptunian object. Here many of the dwarf planets are also found. Asteroids usually have a more circular orbit than comets as well.

Erm well it wasn't a book, but a set of cards called "The photographic card deck of the solar system" but they do make a book version of it as well. It's like £13 on amazon. at least I think it was there that I read it, but I may be wrong. Either way they're good though.