Part of the series Nelson Modern History for NSW.
Conflict in Europe: 1935-1945 has been written exclusively for the new Stage 6 Modern History. The text incorporates classic and recent historical interpretations and are supported by regular and relevant visual and primary source extracts, with accompanying activities. The student book opens with a survey of the origins of the Second World War in Europe and then examines the early victories of the Axis powers, key turning points in the war, the experiences of civilians in Germany, Britain and Russia, the Holocaust and the defeat of Axis.
- Frequent content consolidation tasks and end of chapter review activities based on History skill and assessment requirements and exam-style questions.
- Historically accurate maps and relevant images, including photographs and artworks.
- Relevant biographical studies.
- Information boxes, diagrams and timelines.
- In text and whole book glossaries.
- The causes of conflict in Europe, 1919-1939
- The Ascendency of the Axis: 1939 to 1942
- The Turning Tide: 1943-1944
- Civilians at War
- The Holocaust
- The End: 1945
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 12,|
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