Twentieth Century 1: Between the Wars

Author: Various Publisher: HTAV Publishing Length: 288pp Item number: 1665 ISBN: 9781875585021 AU $50.00 (incl GST)
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Winner 2017 Educational Publishing Awards Australia
Category: Best Student Resource – Senior – English / Humanities / Languages / Arts / Technologies / Health & Physical Education

Judges: ‘HTAV Twentieth Century series is an extremely comprehensive reference resource that is rich in sources, stimulus and media resources. The very well designed text makes the substantial content accessible. The activities and exam practice questions will be of great assistance to senior students.’

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This brand new, full-colour student textbook includes the following features:

> Full-colour design
> Engaging narrative
> Links to supplementary web resources
> Maps
> Summary diagrams
> Timelines
> Primary sources
> Historical interpretations
> ‘Skills Focus’ tasks
> Varied activities, including Source Analysis, Exam Practice and Extension
> Trivia
> Glossary
> Index

CONTENTS:

SECTION A: Ideology and Conflict
Snapshot: The World Before 1914
Snapshot: World War I

Chapter 1: Making the Peace
Snapshot: Ideologies and 'isms'
Snapshot: The Great Depression

Chapter 2: The Russian Revolution
Chapter 3: The Rise of Nazism in Germany
Chapter 4: The Origins of World War II

SECTION B: Social and Cultural Change
Chapter 5: From Weimar to Nazi Germany
Chapter 6: The USSR: From Lenin's NEP to Stalin's Collectivisation
Chapter 7: From Dancing to Dustbowl: America in the 20s and 30s

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