Title Access to History for Cambridge International AS Level: International History 1870-1945
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Author David Williamson
ISBN 9781510448674
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 248
Book size 216 x 279 mm
Publishing year 2019
Original publisher Hodder Education
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This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education

Develop knowledge and analytical skills with engaging comprehensive coverage of the International History 1870-1945 Option from the Cambridge AS History syllabus for first examination from 2021.

  • Trust in the clear and authoritative content written by topic experts
  • Develop source skills through questions on a wide range of sources
  • Stay focused on the key issues you need to understand with questions throughout each chapter
  • Improve study and understanding through detailed chapter summary diagrams
  • Build confidence with applying your knowledge through exam guidance and exam-style questions


Contents:

Introduction • What you will study • How you will be assessed • About this book

Chapter 1: Empire and the emergence of world powers, 1870–1919 • Why was imperialism a significant force for late nineteenth century Europe? • What was the impact of imperial expansion on international relations? • Why did Japan emerge as a world power and what was the impact on international relations? • Why did the USA emerge as a world power and what was the impact on international relations? • Examination advice and guidance

Chapter 2: The League of Nations and international relations in the 1920s • Why was there dissatisfaction with the peace settlements of 1919–20? • How and why did international tensions remain high in the period between 1920 and 1923? • How successful were attempts to improve international relations 1924–29? • How successful was the League of Nations during the 1920s? • Examination advice and guidance

Chapter 3: The League of Nations and international relations in the 1930s • How did the rise of extremism affect international relations? • Why did the League of Nations fail to keep the peace in the 1930s? • Why, and with what effects, did Britain and France pursue a policy of appeasement? • Why did war break out in 1939? • Examination advice and guidance

Chapter 4: China and Japan, 1912–1945 • What were the implications of the ‘warlord era’ which affected China 1916–1927? • How effectively did Chiang Kai-shek deal with the communists in the period 1927–36? • Why did the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) gain support up to 1945? • Why did Japan become a military dictatorship in the 1930s and with what consequences? • Examination advice and guidance

Timeline

Glossary

Further Reading

Index


Target Audience:

Students and teachers of Cambridge International AS Level: International History.

 

 
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