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Cambridge IGCSE Twentieth Century History

Tony McAleavy

Matches the Cambridge IGCSE Twentieth Century History syllabus.

Cambridge IGCSE Twentieth Century History covers the central theme of International Relations from 1919 to the end of the 20th century with lively and accessible text based around lead questions designed to help learners get to grips with topics. Essential knowledge is provided through background briefings, analysis of issues through investigations and review sections to provide opportunities for revision.

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  • Based around lead questions and activities which encourage a high level of student involvement.
  • Provides essential knowledge through background briefings.
  • Encourages analysis of the issues through investigations.
  • Contains review sections to aid clarity and revision.


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A Comprehensive Guide
As my IGCSE examinations are looming, I decided to invest in a series of revision guides. This comprehensive history guide gives an overall description of many of the important factors in the IGCSE history syllabus, including First and Second World Wars, The Cold War, The League of Nations, The UN and many more. For easy understanding and practice of the IGCSE History subjects it is a good buy. customer review

IGCSE History
I use this book to teach IGCSE History in Spain. This book covers the syllabus correctly. It is easy to follow and allows pupils to form their own hypotheses about historical resources. customer review

Twentieth Century History
I bought this book among others to teach IGCSE History. I used mainly this book with the students. It is closely related to the course and covers most of the topics well. It also has review sections which are quite useful at the end of each section. customer review

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