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Year 10 Curriculum Outline
10.1
Who was to blame
for the Cold War?
10.2
Who won the Cuban
Missile Crisis?
10.3
Why did the USA fail
in Vietnam?
10.4
Was the Weimar
Republic doomed
from the start?
10.5
Why was Hitler able
to dominate
Germany by 1933?
10.6
How effectively did
the Nazis control
Germany ?
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Origins of the Cold
War
1945 Conferences
Breakdown of
USSR and USA
alliance
Soviet expansion in
Eastern Europe
The Iron Curtain
The Marshall Plan
Berlin Blockade
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Cuban Revolution
USA reaction
Bay of Pigs
Events of the crisis
Khrushchev v
Kennedy
Resolution of crisis
Consequence of
crisis
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Increasing
involvement in
Vietnam
Eisenhower/Kenne
dy/Johnson
Main events of the
war
Tactics by both
sides
Reasons for
American
withdrawal
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Revolution of
1918-19
Establishment of
the Republic
Impact of the
Treaty of Versailles
Weimar
Constitution
Political disorder
1920-23
Economic distress
and hyper inflation
The occupation of
the Ruhr
Stresemann era
Recovery
Underlying
weaknesses
Cultural
achievements of
the Republic
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Early years of Nazi
Party
Nazi ideas and
methods
Munich Putsch
Impact of the
Depression on
Germany
Political/economic
/social crisis 193033
Reasons for
growing support of
the Nazis
Election results
1928-33
How Hitler became
Chancellor 1933
Reichstag Fire
Hitler’s use of
Emergency powers
Enabling Act 1933
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Nature of Nazi rule
in Germany
Night of the Long
Knives
Death of
Hindenburg
Removal of
opposition
Methods of control
and repression
Culture,
propaganda and
media
Opposition to Nazi
rule
Youth groups
Persecution of the
Jews
Final Solution
Year 11 Curriculum Outline
11.1
What was it like to
live in Nazi
Germany?
11.2
Controlled
Assessment
11.3
How was British
society changed
1890-1918?
11.4
How was British
society changed
1890-1918?
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Hitler Youth
League of German
Maidens
Women and the
family
German economic
policies and the
effects
Rearmament
Impact of the
Second World War
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Poor in the 1890s
Social reformers
Liberal
Government
reforms
Effectiveness of
reforms
Women in 1890s
Arguments for and
against female
suffrage
Effectiveness of
suffragettes and
suffragists
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Women and the
war effort
civilians and the
war
Government
propaganda and
the war
Women and the
vote in 1918
Attitude of British
to Germany and
Paris Peace
Conference
11.5
Revision
11.6
Revision