New PDF release: GCSE Modern World History

By Ben Walsh

ISBN-10: 0719577136

ISBN-13: 9780719577130

This can be a full-colour middle textual content for GCSE glossy international heritage. it's meant for all forums environment GCSE glossy international heritage syllabuses. The sequence goals to supply transparent assurance of the foremost GCSE and S Grade syllabuses. this is often the 1st e-book within the sequence. It bargains: an enticing narrative supported through transparent assets which supply students an easy and targeted clarification of the middle content material; conscientiously selected projects which familiarize students with the content material and advance their evaluative talents; and prolonged investigations that are designed to hone scholars' abilities in ancient research. as well as its in-depth research of the center components of content material, the publication additionally: tackles alternative themes akin to the 1st international struggle in adequate intensity to make separate buy of recent subject books pointless; helps coursework and self reliant studying either in the course of the middle textual content and the similar teacher's source ebook; and offers aid for examination revision in a similar revision advisor from a similar writer.

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Sketch from Billy Congreve's diary showing a cross-section of a trench in dry and wet conditions. T h e Eternal Question. " When the 'ell is it guin' to be struwbt:rry ? •· Illustration by British officer Bruce Bairnsfather. Soldiers complained about the quality of their tinned food, but rations were actually quite good. SOURCE 34 Fourteen days ago we bad to go u;p and relieve thefront line. It wasfait'ly quiet on our sectm: But on the last day' an astonishing number ofEnglish heavies opened up on us with high explosive, dnmzming ceaselessly on ourposition, so that we szifef red severely and came back 01z0; eighty strong (out of 150).

Pass in Belfast. The 36th Ulster Division was one of the few units to achieve its objective on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. It suffered over 5000 casualties in the battle. 52 Rank. J. c -1 c:: 51 There was no lingering about when zero hour came. Ourplatoon officer blew his whistle and he was thefirst up the scaling laddm; with his revolver in one band and cigarette in the other 'Come on, boys, ' be said, and up be went. We went up after him one at a time. J never saw tbe officer again.

Any Tommy could have told them that shellfire lifts wire up and drops it down, often in a worse tangle than before. An extract from a book written by George Coppard after the war. Coppard was a machine-gunner in the British army and was at the Somme. 7 million shells. French trenches u sed during the Battle of the Somme. 1july 1916 . . m. on 1 July. Attacks usually began at dawn, but the commanders were confident that there would be little resistance. 1\vo huge mines placed under the German lines by sappers were detonated.

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