‘Reconstruction 1863-1877 was a tragic failure for African Americans.’ How far do you agree?
This essay discusses Reconstruction and it's racial implications in postbellum America. It's incredibly helpful for anyone studying civil rights in America in the 19th century or for anyone looking at the impact of the Civil War and the North and South's journey towards reconciliation.
The Cold War 1945-1991 complete essay plans
A- Level history (7042/2R) - This is an invaluable document of all my essay plans working at an A* grade for the AQA Cold War course. Includes all my central arguments, introductions and counter arguments. Is ordered chronologically from 1945 to 1991. This was my key revision document I used throughout my history course.
To what extent was Soviet policy in Eastern Europe based upon defensive aims?
This essay upon early Soviet policy in the Cold War is written by an A* grade student and contains not only all the explicit data you need but is structured in the AQA- style of examination, where a coherent central argument is favoured, but also the incorporation of secondary factors and counter arguments.
How similar were the Cold War policies of Eisenhower and Truman?
This essay plan upon Truman and Eisenhower’s Cold War policy is written by a A* grade student, adhering to the requirements of AQA style examination. A principal argument is maintained throughout the essay and secondary factors, as well as counter arguments within factors are also discussed.
How significant was conflict over Germany in the development of the Cold War by 1949?
This is an AQA -style history essay plan, over the significance of Germany in the development of the Cold War. By reiterating a central argument, whilst also including counter arguments within specific factors this essay plan is tailored to the AQA examination style which principally credits a strong argument throughout rather than an abundance of explicit data ( though my essay plan does also include a wealth of information regarding the subject matter)
Russia 1905-1917 Notes
Detailed and in depth notes covering the events in Russia from Bloody Sunday in 1905 to the February Revolution in 1917. This includes content for both the breadth and depth A Level study and notes not in the textbooks.
Hitler\'s consolidation of power 1933-1934
The notes contain a detailed summary of the subject. There is information that is not available in textbooks. Notes also contain detailed essay plans, all of which are organised clearly. The notes also contain mind-maps and tables.
AQA A Level History: Revolution and dictatorship: Russia, 7042/2N FULL NOTES AND ESSAY PLANS
AQA A Level History: Revolution and dictatorship: Russia, 7042/2N. I made essay plans to cover the entire course using various textbooks and websites. A* standard.
French Revolution Key Dates
A thorough list of all the key dates of the Revolution, right from the Origins of the Revolution up to the downfall of Napoleon. These notes are great for memorizing dates but also for putting all your knowledge into a chronological perspective.
French Revolution: Origins to the Directory
This is a set of notes that covers the topics within the AQA depth study of the French revolution. It include key dates, themes, politics, important individuals, and events. I created these while revising for my A Levels and they have been incredibly useful for retaining all the vital information.
Grade \'A\' essay for AQA A-Level English Civil War (2018)
This is a grade A essay for the \'Search for Settlement: 1646-1649\' section of the AQA A Level History, Component 2, Option 2E course - \'The English Revolution, 1625-1660.\' It was written and marked in 2018, prior to the 2018 exam season. Marks-wise, this essay got 23/25 and the question answered is as follows: \'Despite initial Royalist advantages, Parliamentary victory was always likely. Assess the validity of this view.\'