Book: Lacey Greg «Germany 1918-1945 a Study in Depth»

Germany 1918-1945 a Study in Depth

Производитель: "Stoughton"

Серия: "Discovering the Past for GCSE"

Following the success of Discovering the Past for Key Stage 3, a series that won the TES Textbook Award in 1993, Schools History Project has created this series for GCSE. This text is a comprehensive depth study of Germany between the years 1919 and 1945. It is a full-colour, enquiry-led text, based around a narrative but containing interesting source material that should give students insight into the character of life in the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany. It combines full syllabus coverage with the motivating real history classroom strategies pioneered by Schools History Project.

Издательство: "Stoughton" (1997)

ISBN: 978-0-7195-7059-9

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