Source C, a speech given to the German army, is a very useful source to an historian studying
the Battle of Passchendale.
Source C is a speech and a primary source produced in, 1917, 5 December and was created to
provoke nationalism in the German army. Th
Source A, an official statement by Erich von Ludendorff, is fairly useful to an historian studying
Ludendorffs Spring Offensive.
Source A, an official statement given by Erich von Ludendorff on the 4th of August 191, is a
primary source and is from a Germ
Source C, an extract from a newspaper article, is partially useful to an historian studying the variety
of attitudes to the war on the home fronts and how they changed over time in Britain and Germany.
Source C is an extract from the Argus newspaper which
Source C, an extract from former American ambassador James Gerard, is very useful to an
historian studying the impact of total war on the home front during World War One.
Source C is an extract from former American ambassador James Gerard from London in 1
Did the Depression cause the collapse of the Weimar Republic?
The Weimar Republic suffered a collapse due to the impacts of the Great Depression which
affected the republic economically, socially, psychologically and politically. During the
Assess the importance of the Depression in the rise of the Nazis to power.
While the Depression played a significant role in the rise of the Nazis to power, the weaknesses
of the Weimar Republic were the long term factors which gave the Nazis success. The
While Nazism in power can be seen as a totalitarian state during the period 1933-1939 to a
major extent, it was not completely totalitarian as the Nazis did not have absolute control of
some aspects of society such as churches and religion. The Nazis adop
Evaluate the view that from 1924 1929 Weimar Germany enjoyed not only a period of political
and economic stability but also achieved a degree of social reform and creative cultural
From 1924 1929, Germany enjoyed a period of political and econ
The opponents of Hitler were unable to prevent his rise to power due to several reasons such as
the success of Nazi propaganda, their under estimation of Hitler, the power and support of the
Nazis and the use of the S.A. With the army assisting the right
The reasons for the stalemate on the Western Front
The Schlieffen Plan 1905
War On The Western Front:
1.1) Reasons for the Stalemate on the Western Front:
The failure of the Schlieffen Plan:
Failed due to unrealistic expectations of how fast Russia would mobilize.
Failed due to the expectation that Britain would not interven
World War One
War on the western front
Reasons for the stalemate on the western front
Expectation of modern warfare - idea of knock out blow, reliance on speed and mobility, did not expect trench
Failure of Schlieffen plan- caused war on two
1. Weimar Republic
1.1) Emergence of the Democratic Republic and the impact of the Treaty of Versailles
Emergence of the Democratic Republic
Oct. 2 1918 Reichstag was told Germany cannot win the war. Allies demanded the Germans establish
1. Historical Context
1.1) Rise of the Nazi party
Signing of the armistice on 11 November, 1918 by German leaders. Germans believed the army had
been stabbed in the back
June 1919, allied powers forced Germany to sign the Treaty of Versaill
Ways to classify sports injuriesDirect- external force applied to the body eg collision with person or object
Indirect- caused by intrinsic force, i.e Force within the body. Tearing hamstring in sprint
Overuse- overuse of specific body reg
Force against external load
Remains constant throughout movement
Force performed - constant angle
Against immovable load
Force generated during movement
Pre set, fixed speed throughout range of
How are Priority issues for Australias health identified?
Measuring health status- pattern of health over population. Collected by census. Called epidemiology
Role of epidemiology Epidemiology scientific study of factors affecting health/illness of
Factors Affecting Performance
- Body needs energy to maintain essential body processes such as circulation, respiration and
Physical activity demands increase = need more energy
Energy production involves the conversion of ch
Here we go again.
People just never EVER learn do they?
DESPITE the passage of nearly two centuries both Mary Shelleys novel Frankenstein (1818)
and Ridley Scotts movie Bladerunnner (1992) go hand in hand in demonstrating the
recurring values of the compl
Speeches are a powerful tool of self expression. Through a composers manipulation of
rhetorical and language devices they can unify their audience under a common cause and
evoke action to both their immediate and future audiences by raising controversial
Conflicting perspectives arise in all situations of real life. This can orient texts in such ways
as to a desired outcome, reflective of the composers imminent events, personalities, and
situations. William Shakespeare represents in his playwright, Julius