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( a) What can you learn from Source A about Nazi attitudes towards the Churches in Germany? (4)

( a) What can you learn from Source A about Nazi attitudes towards the Churches in Germany? (4)

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( a) What can you learn from Source A about Nazi attitudes towards the Churches in Germany? (4)

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  1. Question 1a The inference question What you can read between the lines (a) What can you learn from Source A about Nazi attitudes towards the Churches in Germany? (4) (a) What can you learn from Source A about the treatment of women in Nazi Germany? (4) (a) What can you learn from Source A about the power of the Nazis in Germany? (4) “ I can infer that . . . ” If you use a quote follow it with the following “this suggests that . . . ”

  2. Question 1b The Describe question (b) Describe the policies of the Nazi government towards the young in the years 1933–39. (6) (b) Describe the measures taken in the Treaty of Versailles to limit German power. (6) (b) Describe the economic policies of Gustav Stresemann in the years 1924–29. (6)

  3. Question 1c PEEL Think of dominos falling (c) Explain the effects of Stresemann’s economic policies in the years 1924–29. (8) (c) Explain the effects of the Reichstag Fire in 1933. (8) (c) Explain the effects of the Enabling Act (1933) in Germany. (8) “this led to . . .” “as a result of this . . .” “As a consequence . . .” “As a result of this . . .” “subsequently . . .”

  4. Question 1d PEEL – link it back to the question The because question (d) Explain why the German people disliked the Treaty of Versailles. (8) (d) Explain why Hitler carried out a policy of persecution of the Jews and other minority groups in the years 1933–39. (8) (d) Explain why Germany was difficult to govern in the years 1919–22. (8) “this happened because . . .” “this was because . . .” “people disliked it because . . .” “Hitler persecuted them because . . .” “Germany was difficult to govern because . . .”

  5. Question 2 The outcome question How was something achieved 2 (a) Explain how Hitler was able to overcome opposition to his government in the years 1933–34. (8) 2 (a) Explain how Germany recovered from its economic and political difficulties in the years 1924–29 under Stresemann’s leadership. (8) 2 (b)Explain how Hitler used the Reichstag Fire to weaken opposition to the Nazis. (8) PEEL Think of dominos falling And link to the question

  6. Question 2 The change question How was something changed Give lots of examples Hownot why 2 (b) Explain how the position of Jews in Germany changed in the years 1933–39. (8) 2 (b) Explain how the position of young people changed in Germany in the years 1933–39. (8) 2 (a) Explain how the Nuremberg Laws changed the lives of Jews in Germany in the years 1935–39. (8) Don’t forget the starting point to measure change

  7. Question 3 PEEP Prioritise- put in order of importance *3 (a) Was the growth of unemployment after 1929 the main reason why the Nazi party was able to take power in Germany in 1933? Explain your answer. (16) *3 (a) Was hyperinflation the main reason why the Weimar Republic found it difficult to govern Germany after 1922? Explain your answer. (16) *3 (b) Was the creation of a police state the most important effect of Nazi rule on the German people in the years 1933–39? Explain your answer. (16) To what extent you agree with the leading statement. A paragraph on each bullet point. Conclusion refer to the leading statement, which was most important and why compared to the others.