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History: From One Student To Another

Author: Robin Whitehead

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Greetings Podcast Listeners and welcome back to a new episode of History: From One Student to Another.  The Reign of Terror was an 11th-month period characterized by intense violence, mass executions by guillotine, purges of political opposition to the state, and widespread fear and intimidation. In this episode, we’ll look at The Reign of Terror and its successor– the Directory, and the Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. This episode will bring an end to a two-parter on the French Revolution... for now. The only way to know in advance when I'll release new episodes is via my Instagram. Find the link below to stay tuned for announcements. Will the next episodes be released at the end of January? Or in February? Or will they be released in March? Click the link to my Instagram below and Follow me! If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: ⁠⁠https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com⁠⁠ If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: ⁠⁠https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback⁠⁠ Find out how you can support me at: ⁠⁠https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate⁠⁠ CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: ⁠⁠https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message⁠⁠ Twitter: ⁠⁠https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A⁠⁠ Instagram: ⁠⁠https://www.instagram.com/historyfromonestudenttoanother/⁠⁠ Email: whiteheadrobin@historyfromonestudenttoanother.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings Podcast listeners! After a long, unanticipated break, welcome back to a new episode of my Podcast! The upcoming episodes of my Podcast symbolise a new era for the Podcast— I will be shying away from focusing on the Cambridge GCSE and AS/A-Level curriculums as I am now studying at University! Instead, these episodes will look at a wider range of topics and events that have taken place throughout History. The French Revolution was a decisive point in History, often cited as being the beginning of the global Age of Revolutions. In France, revolution saw the end of King Louis XVI’s absolute rule, with his execution. It paved the way for democracy, republicanism, and nationalism– but France was forced to endure a horrific Reign of Terror from 1793–94 and the revolution did not end there... If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: ⁠https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com⁠ If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: ⁠https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback⁠ Find out how you can support me at: ⁠https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate⁠ CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: ⁠https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message⁠ Twitter: ⁠https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A⁠ Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/⁠ Email: whiteheadrobin@historyfromonestudenttoanother.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings Podcast listeners! After a two-month break, welcome back to a new episode of History: From One Student to Another. In this episode, we will be looking at the question: what was the British public's attitude towards War? There are a few key angles we can use to look at this question; the Peace Ballot and attitudes towards the League of Nations, the Spanish Civil War, attitudes towards rearmament policies, and British public opinion. If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: whiteheadrobin@historyfromonestudenttoanother.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings Podcast listeners! Welcome back to a new episode of Britain in 1919–1939. In this episode, we will be looking at how the British prepared for the Second World War. After a relatively peaceful 1920s, the prospect of a second world war began to show itself in the 1930s. With conflict spouting from the rules of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, countries tried their best to avoid another costly war. Aside from a policy of non-involvement in the Spanish Civil War of 1936 to 1939, Britain and France embarked on a policy of appeasement in the 1930s. Thank you for listening to this episode of History: From One Student to Another. I may be releasing more episodes for this series, but I can confirm there will be no new episodes in the month of December and at least the first week of January as the Podcast will be on a Christmas and New Year break. Follow my social media for news on when new episodes will be released. If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: historyfromonestudenttoanother@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings Podcast listeners and welcome back to a new episode of Britain in 1919–1939. In this episode, we will be looking at how society and living standards changed during the interwar period. Over the next couple of months, I will be self-studying Britain, 1919-1939. New episodes will be released every Tuesday! If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: historyfromonestudenttoanother@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
The period of time between 1929 and 1939 is sometimes referred to as ‘The Devil’s Decade’. Aside from the rise in extremism that took place during the decade, and the commencement of the Second World War, the beginning of the decade is marred by the Great Depression as the Wall Street Stock Market crashed following the post-war industrial boom of the iron and steel, construction, automobile and retail industries in ‘The Roaring Twenties’. In this episode on Britain from 1929 to 1939, I will be looking at the National Government and its response to the Great Depression in 1930s Britain. Over the next couple of months, I will be self-studying Britain, 1919-1939. New episodes will be released every Tuesday! If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: historyfromonestudenttoanother@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings Podcast listeners. Welcome to the second episode of my new series of History: From One Student to Another which is covering Theme 4: Britain, 1919–39, of the European option, from the Cambridge A-Level History curriculum. In this episode, I will be looking at the Changing Fortunes of the Conservative, Liberal and Labour Parties along with The General Strike of 1926. Over the next couple of months, I will be self-studying Britain, 1919-1939. New episodes will be released every Tuesday! If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: historyfromonestudenttoanother@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Welcome to a new series of History: From One Student to Another. This series will be covering Theme 4: Britain, 1919–39, of the European option, from the Cambridge A-Level History curriculum. In this first episode of my new series on Britain from 1919 to 1939, essentially inter-war Britain, I will be giving an introduction to post-First World War Britain, under Lloyd George’s Coalition government. Over the next couple of months, I will be self-studying Britain, 1919-1939. New episodes will be released every Tuesday! If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: historyfromonestudenttoanother@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Come and join me and listen to my Podcast; whether you are a history student, or just like history. Trailer Music by Coma-Media from Pixabay. If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greeting Podcast Listeners. In this episode, as an overview of the topic of Hitler’s Germany, we will be looking at a question from a past paper. The Nazis had created a totalitarian state in Germany by 1941 to a large extent. By 1941, the Nazi German government was centralised, with Hitler in a dictatorial position, and the Nazis having one-party control over the government and wider society. Hitler was able to achieve this by implementing one-party rule, repressing opposition with legislature and violence, removing those who did not align with the ideology of the Nazi Party and using propaganda to indoctrinate citizens, although he faced challenges from opposition within society and the Church. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany:  https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03. In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Find out how you can support me at: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/donate CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Welcome Podcast listeners, to another episode of History: From One Student to Another. In this episode of my series on Hitler’s Germany, we will be looking at different groups of people in Germany so as to gain a wider perspective on the Nazi regime, in order to answer an important question— Did the people of Germany truly support the Nazi regime? Groups of people in Germany: The Military The Upper Class The Middle Class The Working & Peasant Class The Youth Women The Church Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe Please support and help me improve with a small monthly subscription :) Subscribers can email me at robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com to let me know what they would like me to feature in these special episodes. CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings podcast listeners. In this episode, we will be looking at how German life changed under the Nazi regime. In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41  Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41  Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe Please support and help me improve with a small monthly subscription :) Subscribers can email me at robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com to let me know what they would like me to feature in these special episodes. CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
The Nazi slogan ‘Kinder, Küche, Kirche’, meaning Children, Kitchen, Church, summarises the Nazis ambitions towards women. They were expected to stay at home, like good housewives, and have many Children, because the Nazis wanted to build a strong aryan population to build their military. Let's look at some of the aims that the Nazis had for women. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe Please support and help me improve with a small monthly subscription :) Subscribers can email me at robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com to let me know what they would like me to feature in these special episodes. CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Welcome podcast listeners! In this episode, I will be speaking about Hitler’s Economic Policies for Nazi Germany, including Schact's New Plan and the Four Year Plan. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe Please support and help me improve with a small monthly subscription :) Subscribers can email me at robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com to let me know what they would like me to feature in these special episodes. CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Aims: To abolish the unfair Treaty of Versailles (diktat), reclaim the lost lands and get revenge against the Allies To unite all German-speaking people To check the spread of Communism To expand to the East for Lebensraum To revive military and national pride To strengthen existing alliances for expansion Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41   Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41   Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe Please support and help me improve with a small monthly subscription :) Subscribers can email me at robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com to let me know what they would like me to feature in these special episodes. CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
During their rule, the Nazi’s imposed harsh policies and persecuted minority groups, namely the Jews, homosexuals, the gypsies and Roma, disabled people, the ‘work-shy’, Childless Citizens and the Church. In this episode, I’ll be looking in-depth into each group of people, the aims and policy towards them and the resulting outcomes. In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41  Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41  Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback Become a Paid Subscriber:  <a href="https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe" rel="ugc noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/subscribe</a> Please support and help me improve with a small monthly subscription :)  Subscribers can email me at robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com to let me know what they would like me to feature in these special episodes.  CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
During the period of the Third Reich, Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party took great steps to control Germany’s population of youths. They aimed at developing youths who, in the long term, could become future leaders and enable them to achieve Volksgemeinschaft. Along with being obedient, idolising the Führer, being physically fit, sacrificing oneself for the national good and doing everything possible to strengthen the health and racial purity of the German nation, Boy were expected to be strong fighters and girls were taught to bear many children. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Greetings Podcast listeners and welcome back to another episode of my series on Hitler’s Germany. In this episode, I’ll be looking at how Hitler consolidated his power from 1933 to 1934 through the use of methods, such as laws, violence, propaganda and indoctrination. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 Theme 4: Britain, 1919–39 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
On the 30th January 1933, Hitler was appointed Chancellor by President Hindenburg. The Weimar Government was struggling at this time, with the two previous Chancellors; von Papen and von Schleicher both holding the position of Chancellor for very short stints. Leading up to this, since the collapse of Muller’s Social Democratic Party led Coalition, Chancellors were unable to sustain their rule for significant periods of time. This is because proportional representation meant that there were many parties with divergent interests in the Reichstag, so it was impossible to gain a majority and support for new laws. This highlighted the failure of Weimar democracy, with Hindenburg having to use Article 48 to pass almost every new law. In this episode, I’ll be speaking about Hitler’s Appointment as Chancellor. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 Theme 4: Britain, 1919–39 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
Welcome podcast listeners. In this episode of my series on Hitler's Germany, I'll be looking at the establishment of the Nazi party, some of the main Nazi policies and how they were appealing to certain groups of the German people. Here is the link to my series on Hitler's Germany: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1WHl9Jpn3Dgkz5259s4cKR?si=30897637f5c14c03 In the coming months, I will be studying for the A-Level History examinations. Each topic/theme will have its own podcast series. For paper 3, I am studying the Holocaust. For paper 4, I am studying the European option. Theme 1: Mussolini’s Italy, 1919–41 Theme 2: Stalin’s Russia, 1924–41 Theme 3: Hitler’s Germany, 1929–41 Theme 4: Britain, 1919–39 If you want some more revision material, you can use the link below to access much more revision information on my website: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com  If you have any suggestions or questions, please fill in this Google Form: https://www.historyfromonestudenttoanother.com/feedback CONTACT ME: Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from1student2another-hist/message Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyF1S2A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/from1student2anotherhistory/ Email: robinjww04historypodcast@gmail.com THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN MY PODCAST! Please subscribe to be notified about any future releases.
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