World War I (1914–1919): Russia Exits the War. Lesson 3: The Formation of the Western Alliance, 1948–1949. By the end of 1947 the United States had implemented a strategy of containing the Soviet Union, and part of this strategy involved moving forward with the creation of an independent Germany.
Ever since the end of World War II negotiations had been ongoing regarding the fate of Germany, with the Soviet Union refusing to consider any plan that would involve a restored Germany aligned with the West. From the perspective of the United States and its Allies, however, the continuing division of Germany into four zones of occupation was standing in the way of Europe's economic recovery. Therefore, in February 1948 the United States and Britain announced that they were merging their zones and issuing a common currency for both. Stalin perceived this act as an attempt to restore Germany without Soviet consent, and he sought to retaliate. Truman considered several options for meeting the challenge.
The Berlin blockade and airlift had a dramatic effect in most of Western Europe. Document Analysis Worksheets. History revision for GCSE, IGCSE, IB and AS/A2 History. Hodder Plus - My Revision Notes - GCSE History - WJEC GCSE History. History teaching resources. Hodder Plus - My Revision Notes - GCSE History - WJEC GCSE History. History. Timelines.tv - History, documentary and television on the web. GCSE Modern World History 1 Int Relations: Resources Overview. The Treaty of Versailles – Past Paper IGCSE History Questions + Practice/Revision Questions. Were the Peace Treaties of 1919-1923 fair?
‘a’ questions 1. What were the main terms of the Treaty of Versailles? 2. What was the War Guilt clause? 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. IGCSEHISTORYTES - DEPTH STUDY GERMANY INCLUDING REVISION. GCSE Bitesize: The conference and the Big Three. The Peace treaties after WWI flashcards. The Interwar Years: 1919-1938 - Mr. Moor's History Website. America. IGCSEHISTORYTES - DEPTH STUDY GERMANY INCLUDING REVISION.
The League's failures in the 1930s - Manchuria. Topic 9: The Rise of Stalin - Mr. Moor's History Website. Spartacus Educational. Long term causes of World War Two. World War Two was not caused solely by short term events in the 1930's such as Austria and Czechoslovakia.
The anger and resentment that built up in Nazi Germany - and which was played on by Hitler during his rise to power and when he became Chancellor in January 1933 - also had long term causes that went back to the 1919 Treaty of Versailles. Patriotic Germans had never forgotten their nation's treatment in Paris in that year. The League had some successes in this decade (the Aaland Islands, as an example) but the weaknesses of the League had also been cruelly exposed on a number of occasions when an aggressor nation successfully used force to get what it wanted and the League could do nothing.
This process set the mould for the 1930’s and any would-be dictator would have been very well aware that the League did not have the ability to enforce its decisions as it lacked an army. The Locarno Treaties were signed in December 1925. This pact was signed by 65 countries. GCSE Modern World History. History revision for GCSE, IGCSE, IB and AS/A2 History. This podcast specifically focuses on Paper 4 of the IGCSE History exam with CIE – the alternative to coursework for those schools that do not (or cannot) submit coursework as part of their examination.
As with my revision podcast for IGCSE Paper 2, this episode is built around the notes from the examiner’s report combined with my own practical tips and tricks for using your knowledge and skills in the right ways in order to gain the number of marks you deserve. IGCSE History Paper 4 is the Depth Study paper, and consequently the content material differs depending on what Depth Study you studied at your school.
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