Access to History for the IB diploma. Causes, practices and by Andy Dailey, Sarah Webb

By Andy Dailey, Sarah Webb

Be sure your scholars have entry to the authoritative, in-depth and obtainable content material of this sequence for the IB background degree. This sequence for the IB historical past degree has taken the readability, accessibility, reliability and in-depth research of our best-selling entry to historical past sequence and tailored it to higher healthy the IB learner's wishes. each one name within the sequence offers intensity of content material, focussed on particular issues within the IB heritage consultant, and exam assistance on assorted exam-style questions - supporting scholars increase a superb wisdom and realizing of the subject along the talents they should do good. - guarantees scholars achieve an outstanding realizing of the IB background subject via an enticing, in-depth, trustworthy and up to date narrative - awarded in an obtainable manner. - is helping scholars to appreciate ancient concerns and look at the facts, via delivering a wealth of proper resources and research of the historiography surrounding key debates. - provides scholars suggestions on answering exam-style questions with version solutions and perform questions

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Some believe it wished a limited war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia, in which the victory of the former would strengthen Germany’s ally AustriaHungary, and by extension Germany itself. Others believe that Germany wanted a wider European war and saw the crisis triggered by the assassination as an opportunity to provoke one. Serbia’s response Serbia, on 24 July, accepted all the demands except that relating to AustroHungarian intervention in a judicial inquiry into the assassination. Although Serbia was aware that it was likely that military action would result from this refusal, they were perhaps emboldened by hopes that Russia might act to protect Serbia against Austria-Hungary.

KEY T ERM League of Nations International organization established after the First World War to resolve conflicts between nations in order to prevent war. Nazi Party The German National Socialist Party led by Adolf Hitler, which held power in Germany from January 1933 until April 1945. Appeasement A policy of giving concessions in order to avoid a more immediate confrontation. Allies In the First World War, an alliance between Britain, France, the USA, Japan, China and others, including Russia until 1917.

42 Chapter 1: First World War 1914 –18 The war on the Western Front: the Somme The British attempted to break the stalemate on the Western Front and to draw some of the German forces away from Verdun, with a large offensive near the Somme River between 1 July and 18 November 1916. The offensive employed the classic tactics of trench warfare, beginning with a lengthy preliminary artillery bombardment of the German trenches, before an infantry advance across no-man’s land towards German trenches.

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