Depend on SHP's comprehensive and best-selling core texts to enrich your understanding of A Level History. SHP Advanced History Core Texts are the Schools History Project's acclaimed books for A level History. They offer: - clear and penetrating narrative - comprehensively explaining the content required for the exam - thought provoking and relevant activities that explore the content and help students think analytically about the subject - thorough exam preparation through carefully designed tasks that address the distinctive requirements of A Level history including guidance in essay writing and source-based investigations. - a wide range of revision strategies including structured content summaries Additional features include: - A focus route pathway for independent learners - Learning Trouble Spots - which address common misunderstandings - diagrammatic summaries of key areas of content and historical issues - accessible summaries of recent historical debates.
- active learning approaches, including decision-making exercises Weimar and Nazi Germany This title is a comprehensive core text investigating the history of Germany from the foundation of the Weimar Republic in 1918 to the collapse of the Nazi regime in 1945. It covers all the exam modules on twentieth-century Germany. Major themes include: - Why Weimar democracy failed - How Hitler rose to power - How the Nazi regime affected people in Germany - The successes and failures of Nazi foreign policy.
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Author Biography - Chris Hinton
John Hite was formerly Head of History and Politics at Haywards Heath College, West Sussex. Chris Hinton was formerly; a Head of History; History P.G.C.E Tutor at Sussex University, and Deputy Headteacher at Beacon Community College, Crowborough. He is the author or co-author of several History textbooks and now acts as a part time educational consultant. Series editor: Ian Dawson is a former Director of the Schools History Project.