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9-1 History

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Foreword[edit | edit source]

9-1 History is a textbook designed to act as a free and reliable guide for students taking the 9-1 History GCSE.

The course has been structured around the AQA Specification.

Unlike most 9-1 Books, History has various optional modules. As it is recommended to read the modules that apply to you, also, History requires various techniques when answering questions which applies to everyone, so please read the techniques section.

Good luck!

A note about the notes[edit | edit source]

The notes are a brief, concise overview of a course that provide the theoretical minimum knowledge you need to know for a good grade. That being said, if you want a higher grade, you will have to read further by following some of the many links provided.

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America, 1840-1895: Expansion and consolidation 0% developed
Germany, 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship 0% developed
Russia, 1894-1945: Tsardom and communism 0% developed
America, 1920-1973: Opportunity and inequality 0% developed

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The First World War, 1894-1918 0% developed
The inter-war years, 1918-1939 75% developed
Conflict and tension between East and West, 1945-1972 0% developed
Conflict and tension in Asia, 1950-1975 0% developed
Conflict and tension in the Gulf and Afghanistan, 1990-2009 0% developed

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Health and the people: c1000-present 0% developed
Power and the people: c1170-present 0% developed
Migration, empires and the people: c790-present 0% developed

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Norman England, c1066-1100 25% developed
Medieval England: the reign of Edward I, 1272-1307 0% developed
Elizabethan England, c1568-1603 0% developed
Restoration England, 1660-1685 0% developed

Answering the questions[edit | edit source]

Paper 1 Questions
Paper 2 Questions

Practice Papers[edit | edit source]

Appendix[edit | edit source]

How to make the most from this book
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