GCSE History OCR A: Explaining the Modern World Revision Guide - for the Grade 9-1 Course

  • Product code: HWRR44
  • ISBN: 9781782946069

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This book is the perfect companion for students taking OCR’s Grade 9-1 GCSE History A course (Explaining the Modern World). It covers the most popular Depth Study, Period Study and Thematic Study options, drawn from a range of historical eras in Britain, Europe and the wider world. And of course, everything’s thoroughly explained in CGP’s clear and friendly style.

There’s also plenty of top advice on the skills needed for each section of the exam. All in all, it has everything students need to develop their knowledge and understanding, and score the best grade possible in the final exams!

The topics covered by this Revision Guide are: • International Relations 1918-2001 • Germany 1925-1955 • USA 1919-1948 • USA 1945-1974 • The Impact of the Empire on Britain 1688-1730 • Migration to Britain c. 1000- c. 2010 • Urban Environments: Patterns of Migration

  • Key Stage: KS4
  • Subject: History
  • Exam Board: OCR A
  • Years Covered: 10-11
  • Level: 9-1 (GCSE)
  • Media: Book
  • Colour: Full Colour
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • No of Pages: 144

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