History A-Level: David Lloyd George Notes Huw Edwards/ 20th century Britain/ Asquith
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History A-Level: Various ways in which WW1 caused the State to take a greater role in people’s lives
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Why was William known as a lucky bastard? For a [20 mark question
Because his father had died
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Write the summery of the poem "my country tis of thee" stanza wise.
My Country tis of thee is an American patriotic song which was used (amongst others) for the National anthem before the introduction of the Star Spangled banner in 1931. The song has 7 stanzas as well as an abolitionists version. 2 of the stanzas were introduced at a later date so for simplicity I’m going to analyse the original 5. It has the rhyme scheme AABCCCB. We can analyse this because the ending of each sentence rhymes or changes. For example ‘AA’ is a couplet because the ending words rhymes. Stanza 1: The words are describing the various landscapes, referencing the For Fathers and describing the American freedom afforded to people. ‘Land of Pilgrim’s pride’ is a reference to the first settlers in the 1700s, pilgrim’s was the label given to them. Stanza 2: Describing the landscape and the authors love for the country. ‘My native country is Thee’ the author was saying he was born in the country but this didn’t reflect many Americans at the time due to immigration. Stanza 3: He’s encouraging people to voice their patriotism and for it to be so loud that every part of the country can hear it. His attempt to make nature sing is a rhetorical use of language and further develops the idea of patriotism. Stanza 6: Again, a reference to his love of the varied landscapes of America and describing the landscapes. Stanza 7: A reference to the four corners of the USA and the variety of landscape and seasons. ‘Fronting the West’ is a reference to the dangers of the then uncharted western lands of the US. He’s also saying that no other country can compare to the USA.
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What were the reasons for the rise of the Nazis? From 1929 - 1932
The two most important reasons for the rise of the Nazis between 1929 and 1932 were the worldwide economic depression of 1929 and the weakness of the Weimar government. The 1929 economic depression was caused by the Wall Street crash in the USA. This economic crash in the USA caused the American banks to withdraw all their foreign loans. This impacted Germany as in order to pay back war debt from WW1 the American banks had loaned Germany money agreed in the Dawes plan of 1924. Germany used this money to fund essential industry and without this German industry collapsed. This led to a rise in unemployment and poverty in Germany. This led people to turn to more radical politicians such as Adolf Hitler the leader of the Nazi party who claimed he had the answers to these issues. Furthermore he became Chancellor of Germany in 1933 putting him in a position of power thus more people put their trust in him. This goes hand in hand with the Weimar government failure as they failed to sort out this crisis effectively thus people were more willing to put their trust In Hitler. For more information please get in touch
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How did weapons develop during the war and what effects did these developments have on the modern world?
There was an increase in using combinations of weapons which were found to increase their lethal nature. You could investigate quick-firing artillery. This used recuperating mechanisms to absorb recoil and return the barrel to firing position after each shot. With no need to re-aim the gun between shots, the rate of fire was greatly increased. Shells were also more effective than ever before. New propellants increased their range, and they were filled with recently developed high explosive, or with multiple shrapnel balls - deadly to troops in the open. Small arms had undergone a similar revolution in efficiency, with the development of high-velocity cartridges filled with smokeless propellant. The deadly effectiveness of these weapons was not fully realised until the armies clashed. Their efficiency was heightened by the tactics employed. It was thought that, unless soldiers advanced in relatively close order, it would be impossible to command them or maintain their attacking spirit, especially as the Continental armies featured large numbers of reservists, mobilised only at the outbreak of war.
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7.The daily temperature (°C) of five main cities in Malaysia was recordedas follows:Kangar Ipoh Kuching Seremban KuantanDaily30 I 28 30 28 | 29Temperature28A sample of size two daily temperatures (°C) was selected withoutreplacement from thi
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