By Chris Corin,Terry Fiehn
Enhance and extend your scholars' wisdom and knowing in their AQA breadth research via professional narrative, revolutionary abilities improvement and bespoke essays from major historians on key debates.
- Builds scholars' knowing of the occasions and problems with the interval with authoritative, well-researched narrative that covers the specification content
- Introduces the most important options of switch, continuity, reason and end result, encouraging scholars to make comparisons throughout time as they develop during the course
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- Boosts scholars' interpretative talents and curiosity in historical past via prolonged studying possibilities such as especially commissioned essays from working towards historians on suitable debates
- Cements figuring out of the vast matters underpinning the interval with overviews of the foremost questions, end-of-chapter summaries and diagrams that double up as convenient revision aids
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AQA A-level History: Tsarist and Communist Russia 1855-1964 (Aqa Alevel History) by Chris Corin,Terry Fiehn