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Study guides AQA A-level History (1st edition)

David Ferry, Angela Anderson - ISBN: 9781471837586

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Comprehensive Notes for AQA AS and A-Level History's Paper 1 - The Tudors (7041, 7042). These notes may also be useful for other exam boards, and have been broken down into bullet points. It contains everything you need to know, using three different textbooks. Notes on other Tudor monarchs are also available.

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Comprehensive Revision Notes for AQA AS and A-Level History's Paper 1 - The Tudors. These notes will also be useful for other exam boards, and have been broken down into bullet points. It contains everything you need to know, using three different textbooks. Notes on other Tudor monarchs are also available.

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Comprehensive Notes for AQA A-Level History's Paper 1 - The Tudors (7041, 7042). These notes may also be useful for other exam boards, and have been broken down into bullet points. It contains everything you need to know, using three different textbooks. Notes on other Tudor monarchs are also available.

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Comprehensive Notes for AQA A-Level History's Paper 1 - The Tudors (7041, 7042). These notes may also be useful for other exam boards, and have been broken down into bullet points. It contains everything you need to know, using three different textbooks. Notes on other Tudor monarchs are also available.

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Comprehensive Notes for AQA A-Level History's Paper 1 - The Tudors (7041, 7042). These notes may also be useful for other exam boards, and have been broken down into bullet points. It contains everything you need to know, using three different textbooks. Notes on other Tudor monarchs are also available.

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'Collectivisation was a political success but an economic failure'. Assess the validity of this view (Essay)
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A detailed, high marking (A*) essay closely examining the successes and failures of collectivisation, and the impact of the policy on wider society. The essay also discusses not only Stalin's objectives and the impacts of these, but also Holodomor and the human cost.

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Essay assessing the validity of the view: "The most successful domestic policy in the period 1509-1529 was Wolsey's legal reforms"
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Includes detailed essay plan with points, evidence and evaluation, with the 25/25 essay underneath. The main body of the essay contains paragraphs on Wolsey's legal reforms (stated success), Wolsey's financial reforms (alternative success), and Wolsey's ecclesiastical reforms (alternative success). Essay is balanced and contains key facts and statistics in addition to relevant historian quotes. It also arrives at a justified and succinct conclusion. Great revision resource for Wolsey's succe...

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Essay responding to the statement: "Henry was more successful in his domestic affairs rather than his foreign affairs"
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Essay examines Henry VII's successes within both his domestic and foreign affairs, arriving at a justified conclusion of which he achieved greater success in. A great resource for recapping Henry VII's foreign and domestic policy, giving a strong insight into the success of Henry's kingship on the whole.

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Essay responding to the statement: "Religious divisions were the main reason for the fall of Cromwell
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Full-mark essay assessing whether religious divisions were the main reason for Cromwell's fall from grace. Includes a paragraph on the stated reason (religious divisions), the opposition at court, and the financial disagreements. Also contains relevant historian quotes. Essay is balanced and arrives at a justified conclusion. Great revision tool to recap key individual, Thomas Cromwell

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Road to Revolution
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An in-depth (15 page) guide to the causes of the 1917 October Revolution. The document contains essay plans, timelines, breakdowns of key players and causes and more. Written by an A* grade student, this details the consequences of the February revolution, the July Days, the Kornilov coup and the impacts on ordinary people. This document covers the first four chapters of the AQA 1917-1953 Unit 2 textbook.

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Complete Summary of Henry VII's Reign, 1485-1509
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A thorough and cohesive summary of all aspects of Henry VII's reign. His response to threats such as rebellions are also evaluated in detail. Particular attention is paid to the central themes that form the basis of exam questions e.g. achievement/failure to achieve aims in government, extent to which foreign policy was a success etc...

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Summary and evaluation notes on Henry VII's government
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Detailed notes on all aspects of Henry VII's governance, e.g. the council, court, parliament, nobility, JPs... Includes information on royal finances and the threats (rebellions) faced by Henry VII's government. Each aspect of his government is evaluated and supported by opinions from historians which are clearly quoted.

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Essay assessing the validity of the view: "The most successful domestic policy in the period 1509-1529 was Wolsey's legal reforms"
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Includes detailed essay plan with points, evidence and evaluation, with the 25/25 essay underneath. The main body of the essay contains paragraphs on Wolsey's legal reforms (stated success), Wolsey's financial reforms (alternative success), and Wolsey's ecclesiastical reforms (alternative success). Essay is balanced and contains key facts and statistics in addition to relevant historian quotes. It also arrives at a justified and succinct conclusion. Great revision resource for Wolsey's succe...

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Henry VIII's Foreign Policy: Successes, Failures and an Overall Evaluation
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Document summarises the key events in the timeline of Henry VIII's foreign policy from 1512-1547. An overall assessment is made on the extent to which his foreign policy was a success and why...

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Essay assessing the validity of the view: "The Elizabethan religious settlement was successfully established in the years 1558-1603
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Essay on Elizabeth's religious settlement. Includes paragraphs on the establishment of her religious settlement at the beginning of her reign; the severe opposition (Catholic, Puritan and Presbyterian) faced by her religious settlement throughout her reign which impeded its successful establishment; and, the extent to which her religious settlement had been successfully established by the end of her reign. Essay is clear and coherent; a great revision tool for the timeline of the key events ass...

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Essay examines Henry VII's successes within both his domestic and foreign affairs, arriving at a justified conclusion of which he achieved greater success in. A great resource for recapping Henry VII's foreign and domestic policy, giving a strong insight into the success of Henry's kingship on the whole.

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Full-mark essay assessing if the nobility were the biggest issue Henry VII faced in government. Includes a detailed paragraph on the threat posed by the nobility (stated threat), Henry's weak claim to the throne (alternative threat) and the uneven control the Crown had over the kingdom (alternative threat). Also contains key facts and statistics, as well as quotes from historians to buttress the argument.

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A thorough and cohesive summary of the entirety of Henry VIII's reign, with a particular focus on the central themes which are commonly examined such as government, foreign policy, religion, finance etc... Also includes a table which assesses the positives and negatives of Henry VIII's reign and historian quotations embedded where relevant. An excellent revision tool and a substitute for the textbook.

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Full Summary of the Reigns of Edward VI (1547-1553) and Mary I (1553-1558)
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A thorough and coherent summary of the reigns of both Edward VI (1547-1553) and Mary I (1553-1558), paying particular attention to the central themes that are commonly assessed e.g. religion, foreign policy, governance etc... Includes a clear evaluation of each of their reigns and a detailed assessment of the extent to which there was a "mid-Tudor crisis" in the years 1540-1563 (also taking into account the later part of Henry VIII's reign and the beginning of Elizbeth's reign. A great revis...

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