International Relations, 1890-1930 by Hugh McMillan, David Moore, James Harkness
  

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International Relations, 1890-1930 by Hugh McMillan, David Moore, James Harkness

Standard Grade History is a popular and comprehensive series of texts written specifically for pupils following courses at Standard Grade. Narrative text is intersperesed with visual and written source material, plus questions and activities. Foundation, General and Credit materials are provided for use at all levels. This 3rd edition of International Relations 1890-1930 has been revised to include redesign of layout in full colour, plus supplementation of certain source materials to encourage more careful selection of materials for exam practice. Key words are now highlighted (and summarised in a glossary), and there is occasional rewriting of certain areas of text to aid comprehension and recall. Finally, an extra chapter is provided on examination technique, which will aid chances of success at the highest levels.

Reviews

Each chapter has a nice mix of narrative text and source material, which is always clearly separated...I particularly enjoyed looking at the visuals in this book, as there is a wide variety of cartoons, maps and posters that would help engage pupils. I would recommend this book as it is useful and covers the course well...It is definitely worth a look at by every history department. Scottish Association of Teachers of History

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Hugh McMillan, David Moore, James Harkness
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Publisher

Hodder Gibson an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

26th March 2004

ISBN

9780340814383


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