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MARKSCHEME May 2001 HISTORY Higher Level and Standard Level Paper 2 19 pages M01/310/HS(2)M BACCALAUREATE BACCALAUR&AT INTERNATIONAL BACHILLERATO INTERNACIONAL
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This mark scheme is confidential and for the exclusive use of examiners in this examination session. It is the property of the International Baccalaureate and must not be reproduced or distributed to any other person without the authorisation of IBCA. M01/310/HS(2)M - 2 -
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Topic 1: Causes, practices and effects of war 1. Analyse the reasons for the outbreak of war either in Algeria in 1954, or in Korea in 1950. Algeria Reasons could include; resentment of French colonial rule; weakness of French after World War Two; Arab nationalism; growing strength of F.L.N. War began 1 November 1954 when the Algerian nationalists attacked French targets. [8 to 10 marks] would probably be scored by a description of the above on the lines of Arabs against French. [11 to 13 marks] could be scored with more definition and explicit assessment. [14 to 16 marks] and higher would be awarded to answers which analyse the changing positions of the antagonists, probably noting persons involved, or analyse the importance of specific actions or policies leading to war. Korea Candidates need to explain partition along the 38th parallel in 1945 with Soviet forces to the north and US in the south; establishment of two governments in 1948; border clashes; invasion of south by north 1950; United Nations intervention. [8 to 10 marks] could be reached by narrative of some of the above with implicit assessment [11 to 13 marks] would require explicit comments of their importance. [14 to 16 marks] answers should analyse the division and policies of the US, USSR, and United Nations in relation to Korea. In-depth analysis or different interpretations could reach the top band. M01/310/HS(2)M - 3 -
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2. In what ways and for what reasons did foreign intervention play an important role in two civil wars, each chosen from a different region? In what ways suggests specific actions of the foreign powers intervening, and for what reasons implies why they supported their chosen side, for gain, defence etc. and especially how this support was important in determining the outcome of the civil war. As two civil wars are required this is a demanding question so do not expect too much detail. If only one civil war or two from the same region are used [12 marks] is the maximum that can be achieved. A description of the chosen wars with no focus on the importance of foreign intervention would have difficulty in reaching [8 marks] . [8 to 10 marks] could be scored by a description of the chosen wars with implicit focus on foreign intervention. [11 to 13 marks] could be scored with explicit focus. [14 to 16+ marks] should be awarded to structured essays which address all the demands of the question.
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