Edexcel International GCSE History Student Book by Jane Shuter, Robin Bunce, Laura Gallagher, John Child
  

Edexcel International GCSE History Student Book

Written by Jane Shuter, Robin Bunce, Laura Gallagher, John Child
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Part of the Edexcel International GCSE Series

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Edexcel International GCSE History Student Book by Jane Shuter, Robin Bunce, Laura Gallagher, John Child

* Edexcel's own Student Book for the new 2009 Edexcel International GCSE History specification * Covers the following sections of the specification: The USA, 1917-29 (B4), Development of dictatorship: Germany, 1918-45 (A3), A world divided: superpower relations, 1945-62 (A10), The changing role of international organisations: the League and the UN, 1919-2000 (C4) and A divided union: Civil Rights in the USA, 1945-74 (A8). * Attractive, full-colour design and engaging features makes the title accessible for every student. * Contains exam practice throughout, with revision questions and practice exam questions. * Linked to additional online material for students and teachers, provided by Edexcel, ensuring that you have as much support as possible.

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Format

Paperback
240 pages

Author

Jane Shuter, Robin Bunce, Laura Gallagher, John Child
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Publisher

Edexcel Limited an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

26th August 2010

ISBN

9780435044121


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