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Question 2 in the Wars of the Roses


2: Demands for a Regency grew because:


1: The most successful mediaeval kings were those who avoided war.
2: Mediaeval kings had relatively few sources of revenue
3: He was also a bad judge of character and he was not a military leader like his father Henry V.
4: Between 1445 and 1453, Henry showed signs of increasing mental illness.
5:  It was widely believed that Prince Edward was not his child.

A: 1, 2 and 3    B: 1, 3 and 4    C: 2, 3 and 4    D: 2, 4 and 5    E: 3, 4 and 5

England, 1455-1660


1: The Wars of the Roses, 1455-71

2: Edward VI and Richard III

3: Henry VII, Success and Security

4: Henry VII, Reform and Foreign Policy

5: Henry VIII, 1509-27

6: Henry VIII, the Reformation to 1535

7: Henry VIII, the Reformation, 1535-40

8: Edward VI and Mary

9: Elizabeth I, Settlement and Puritans

10: Elizabeth I, the Catholic Threat

11: Elizabeth I, the Government of England

12: James I, Religion

13 James I, Finance, Parliament and Foreign Policy

14 Charles I, 1625-38

15: Charles I, 1638-42

16: England, 1642-49

17: England 1649-53

18: Oliver Cromwell, 1635-58, Religion and Politics

19: Oliver Cromwell, Successes and Failures


Britain, 1815-1928


1: The Poor Law and the Poor Law Commission

2: The Poor Law Amendment Act and its results

3: Early Women's Suffrage Movements, the WSPU

4: Politics, 1902-06

5: Suffrage Campaigns and the impact of the Great War

6: The Liberal Reforms, 1906-11

7: Liberals v Lords

8: Ireland, 1910-1922

9: Asquith and Lloyd George, 1914-18

10: The Rise of Labour

11: Politics, 1924-28

12: The Decline of the Liberals


Italy, 1815-1945


1: Italy, 1815-48
2: Italy in 1848
3: Cavour and Piedmont, 1848-58
4: Unification, 1859-70
5: Italy, 1896-1921
6: Mussolini takes control, 1922-25
7: The Creation of the Fascist State, 1925-29
8: Mussolini’s Economic Policies.
9: Mussolini’s Foreign Policy, 1923-39
10: The Impact of the Second World War


China, 1900-1990s 

1: China, 1900-112
2: China, 1912-27
3: China, 1927-37
4: China, 1937-49
5: Government and Society under Mao, 1949-1960s
6: Economic Change, 1950-60
7: The Cultural Revolution
8: China, 1976-1990s

Russia and the USSR


1: Alexander II’s Reforms
2: Russia, 1870-1890s, Reaction and Economic: Reform
3: Nicholas II and the 1905 Revolution
4: Russia, 1906-14
5: The impact of war and the February Revolution
6: The events of March to October 1917
7: Russia under Lenin, taking Control and the Civil War
8: Russia under Lenin, War Communism and NEP
9: Stalin and the Struggle for Power
10: Purges, Show Trials and the Cult of Personality
11: Collectivisation
12: The Five Year Plans
13: The Soviet Union, 1941-53
14: The Soviet Union, 1953-64


Germany, 1871-1963

1: The Creation of the German Empire, 1871-78
2: Bismarck and the Empire, 1878-90
3: Politics under Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1890-1914
4: The Impact of War, 1914-19
5: The Weimar Republic, 1918-23
6: The Weimar Republic, 1923-29
7: The Nazi Party and Weimar Politics and Society
8: Nazi Election Campaigns and Tactics
9: The Impact of the Depression
10: Hitler takes Control, 1933-34
11: The Economy of Nazi Germany
12: Education and Youth Policies in Nazi Germany
13: Society in Nazi Germany
14: The Persecution of Minorities in Nazi Germany
15: The Impact of War, 1936-45
16: Germany, 1945-49
17: Germany, 1949-63

 The USA, 1890-2001 

1: Civil Rights, 1865-1914
2: The USA, 1890-1914
3: US Foreign Policy, 1890-1917
4: The Impact of the First World War
5: Political and Social Tensions in the 1920s
6: Boom and Prohibition and organised Crime
7: The Wall Street Crash and the Depression
8: The New Deal
9: Opposition to the New Deal
10: The Impact of the Second World War, 1941-54
11: Civil Rights, 1954-64
12: Black Power in the 1960s
13: Nixon, Ford and Carter
14: Reagan, Bush and Clinton