International Relations

01:Anglo-German Relations
02: Events, 1908-1913
03: The Balkans, 1908-1913
04: Events 1914
05: The Treaty of Versailles
06: The Treaties of St. Germain, etc.
07: The Founding of the League of Nations
08: The League in the 1920s
09: Militarism and Manchuria
10: Abyssinia
11: Hitler’s aggression, 1933 to 1935
12: The Rhineland and Anschluss
13: Munich
14: Support for Appeasement
15: The Road to War
16: August to September 1939
17: Yalta and Potsdam
18: 1946 to 1948, the Berlin Blockade
19: The Cold War, 1949 to 1955
20: Hungary to the U2
21: Berlin, 1949 to 1961
22: Cuba
23: Détente
24: Czechoslovakia
25: Afghanistan to Gorbachev
26: The End of the Cold War
27: The Collapse of the USSR

Russia and the USSR, 1917-41

01: Tsarism
02: Opposition and the 1905 Revolution
03: Russia, 1906-14
04: Russia in the First World War
05: 1917
06: Bolshevik Rule
07: The Civil War and NEP
08: Joseph Stalin
09: Collectivisation
10: The Five Year Plans
11: The Purges and the Show Trials
12: Revision of History- Cult of Personality


Germany 1919-39

01: The Armistice and the Treaty of Versailles
02: Hitler’s Early Life
03: Weimar 1919-23
04: The Beer Hall Putsch
05: Stresemann
06: 1929-32
07: Hitler in power, 1933-34
08: The Jews in Germany, 1933-39
09: The Economy of Nazi Germany
10: Children in Nazi Germany
11: Women in Nazi Germany
12: The Nazi State


The American West

1 The Great Plains
2 Early Whites and the West
3 The Mormons
4 Miners and Mining Towns
5 Cattlemen and Cowboys
6 The Homesteaders
7 Law and Order in the West
8 The End of the Plains Indians


The Normans


1: Edward the Confessor and the succession

2: 1066

3: Control

4: Resistance

5: Feudalism

6: The Church

7 Government

8: Domesday Book





Each test has 20 multi-choice questions


Tests cost £6 each, or 10 for £50 and 25 for £100


Test: Hitler in Power, 1933-34
1. After the general election in November 1932, the Chancellor of Germany was:

A: Adolf Hitler B: Franz von Papen C: Kurt von Schleicher D: Paul von Hindenburg

2. Von Papen he believed that:

A: Von Schleicher was the best Chancellor B: Hindenburg should be Chancellor C: He should be Chancellor
D: Hitler should be Chancellor










 



 



 


 


 

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Teaching Resources

The USA, 1917-75

01: The First World War and its impact
02: Isolation and Immigration
03: Prohibition and the Roaring Twenties
04: The Boom
05: The Wall Street Crash
06: The Depression
07: Hoover and Roosevelt
08: The First New Deal
09: Opposition to the New Deal
10: The Second New Deal and overall success
11: The Impact of the Second World War
12: The Red Scare
13: Civil Rights in the 1940s and 1950s
14: Civil Rights in the 1960s
15: Kennedy and the New Frontier
16: Johnson and the Great Society
17: Watergate
18: Protest and the Women’s Movement


The Middle East

01: Background to 1948
02: Events, 1948 to 1955
03: Events, 1955 to 1967
04: The Six Day War
05: Events, 1968 to 1981
06: Palestinian Terrorism
07: Lebanon and the Intifada
08: Moves towards Peace


Britain, 1906-18


01 Why did the Liberal Government introduce Reforms? I
02 Why did the Liberal Government introduce Reforms? II
03 The Liberal Reforms I
04 The Liberal Reforms II
05 Votes for Women I
06 Votes for Women II

07 Women and the War Effort
08 Civilians during the War I
09 Civilians during the War II
10 How effective was Government Propaganda?
11 Why were some Women given the Vote in 1918?
12 Attitudes of the British People at the Peace Conference


Medicine


01 Prehistoric Medicine
02 Egyptian Medicine
03 Greek Medicine
04 Roman Medicine
05 Europe: 500-800 AD
06 Medicine in Christian Europe
07 Islamic Medicine
08 The Renaissance: Sixteenth Century
09 The Renaissance: Seventeenth Century
10 The Eighteenth Century
11 The Nineteenth Century: Disease and treatment
12 The Nineteenth Century: Anatomy and Surgery
13 The Nineteenth Century: Women in Medicine
14 The Nineteenth Century: Public Health
15 The Twentieth Century: Public Health
16 The Twentieth Century: Anatomy and Surgery
17 The Twentieth Century: Disease and Treatment


Elizabeth


1: Elizabeth

2: The Settlement

3: Puritans

4: Catholics

5: Mary, Queen of Scots

6: Plots

7: Relations with Spain

8: The Armada

9: Education and the theatre

10: The Poor

11: Exploration and Virginia