Edexcel GCSE History A the Making of the Modern World: Unit 1 International Relations: the Era of the Cold War 1943-91 SB 2013 by Laura Gallagher, Robin Bunce, Nigel Kelly
  

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Edexcel GCSE History A the Making of the Modern World: Unit 1 International Relations: the Era of the Cold War 1943-91 SB 2013 by Laura Gallagher, Robin Bunce, Nigel Kelly

Revised for the 2013 specification, this Edexcel GCSE History A Student Book has been written to support Unit 1 International Relations: The era of the Cold War 1943-1991. * Revised content thoroughly covers the material in the 2013 specification. * Contemporary design, with a variety of sources throughout, appeals to students from a range of ability levels. * Learning objectives provide a clear overview of what students will learn in each chapter. * Activities provide extend and support material to reinforce key concepts. *'Did you know?' boxes capture students' interest. Examzone Features annotated sample student answers and revision support to help students prepare for the revised exams for first examination in 2015. Helpful tips and common pitfalls are also highlighted throughout the book.

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Paperback
88 pages

Author

Laura Gallagher, Robin Bunce, Nigel Kelly
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Publication date

20th December 2013

ISBN

9781446906781


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