Study guides Oxford AQA History for A Level (1st edition)

Anthony Webster, Robert J. Carr - ISBN: 9780198354635

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Complete Revision Notes for British Empire Course
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A comprehensive, whilst helpfully condensed, full compliment of notes for the entire reformed British Empire course. Made this so that I could streamline my revision, checked by teachers and amusingly they also asked to buy it for the department.

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1J The British Empire Notes – Chapter 6 Relationship with Indigenous Peoples
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These notes cover the Indian mutiny and its impact on the way Britain ruled India and the relationship between Britain and the Boers and Bantu in Southern Africa between 1857-1890. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard.

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1J The British Empire Notes – Chapter 5 Attitudes Towards Imperialism in Britain
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These notes cover the view of the empire in Britain, both within politics and within British culture between 1857-1890. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard.

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1J The British Empire Revision Notes – Chapter 6 Relationship with Indigenous Peoples
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These revision notes cover the Indian mutiny and its impact on the way Britain ruled India and the relationship between Britain and the Boers and Bantu in Southern Africa between 1857-1890. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard. Contains a link to free online flashcards.

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1J The British Empire Revision Notes – Chapter 3 Trade and Commerce
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These revision notes cover the importance of free trade, the development of the infrastructure of trade, agricultural and mineral goods that Britain imported from the empire, how empire trade and commerce affected Britain and indigenous people, the importance of the navy and the rise of chartered companies between 1857-1890. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard. Contains a link to free online flashcards.

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British Empire Essay - To what extent did British policies towards its colonies mandates and dominions strengthen the British Empire in the inter-war years?
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An A-Level History essay from the British Empire course focusing on imperial policy. Answers the question: To what extent did British policies towards its colonies mandates and dominions strengthen the British Empire in the inter-war years? Graded 25/25 (A*) by my teacher.

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1J The British Empire Revision Notes – Chapter 16 Attitudes to Empire – The Role and Influence of Individuals
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These revision notes cover the role of Gandhi in Indian independence, the changing attitudes of colonial administrators and the role they played in the empire between 1914-1947. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard. Contains a link to free online flashcards.

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1J The British Empire Notes – Chapter 16 Attitudes to Empire – The Role and Influence of Individuals
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These notes cover the role of Gandhi in Indian independence, the changing attitudes of colonial administrators and the role they played in the empire between 1914-1947. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard.

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1J The British Empire Revision Notes – Chapter 17 Imperialist Ideas
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These revision notes cover the way the government promoted the empire, the development of new media and the extent of imperialist ideas between 1914-1947. It explores how different groups in society were affected by imperialist ideas. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard. Contains a link to free online flashcards.

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British Empire Essay - To what extent did British policies towards its colonies mandates and dominions strengthen the British Empire in the inter-war years?
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An A-Level History essay from the British Empire course focusing on imperial policy. Answers the question: To what extent did British policies towards its colonies mandates and dominions strengthen the British Empire in the inter-war years? Graded 25/25 (A*) by my teacher.

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British Empire - Section 3
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A full, detailed collection of chapters 7-12, Section 3 of the British Empire textbook from AQA A-level History. Effectively structured for maximum understanding, occasional extra information included for understanding.

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The British Empire AQA notes (AS/A-Level) for Topic 1j *NEW 2021*
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THESE NOTES COVER YEAR 12 AND YEAR 13 CONTENT (AS AND ALEVEL) These notes were written from an A* History A-level student. I was able to make concise notes that contain information on the important aspects of the Empire course to boost my own understanding, as well as adding some extra information to be able to understand the whole story of Empire. These notes intend to help with understanding key events, memorising key dates, and understanding the causes as to why such events occurred. It co...

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1J The British Empire Revision Notes – Chapter 2 Imperial and Colonial Policy
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These revision notes cover how Britain administered its empire, how rule of India changed after 1858, the international threats to the empire, the conferences that led to the ‘Scramble for Africa’ and the informal empire between 1857-1890. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard. Contains a link to free online flashcards.

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1J The British Empire Revision Notes – Chapter 1 The Expansion of the British Empire in Africa
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These revision notes cover how Britain governed its empire, why the empire expanded, the fall of the Ottoman Empire and Britain’s involvement in Egypt and Sudan between 1857-1890. They are for the new a level specification and are to an A*standard. Contains a link to free online flashcards.

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Great Patriotic War (1941-45)
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In depth revision notes with flashcards covering the beginning of the Great Patriotic War and the USSR's involvement in World War 2. These can be used for supplementing personal study or revision. The document covers Hitler's aims, Operation Barbarossa, the Soviet position, challenges the USSR faced, national minorities and the impact of the Nazi invasion. This is structured in such a way that it can be easily used to plan and write essays.

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1J BRITISH EMPIRE - BRITISH EXPANSION IN AFRICA
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These concise notes summarise the reasons for British expansion in Africa and British involvement in Egypt and Sudan between 1857-1890. They meet the AQA Specification requirements and were created using Oxford AQA History for A Level: The British Empire c1857-1967. Message me if you have any enquires, the notes have allowed me to revise effectively.

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British Empire Essay - 'The Contraction of the British Empire was Started by the First World War but accelerated by the Second' Discuss
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An A-Level Essay from the British Empire Course answering the question: 'The Contraction of the British Empire was Started by the First World War but accelerated by the Second' Discuss. Was graded 23/25 (A*) by my teacher.

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