Pearson Baccalaureate: History: Causes, Practices and Effects of Wars for the IB Diploma
Part of the Pearson Baccalaureate series
- Publication Date
- May 2010
Specifically developed for the IB Diploma, History: Causes, Practices and Effects of Wars
This exciting new textbook for students and teachers of the International Baccalaureate Diploma, delivers workshops and curriculum review.
Provides comprehensive coverage of the Wars topic, with a clear overview and detailed analysis of key events.
Equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to answer essay questions on Paper Two, and document-based questions on Paper One.
Explains methods of historical research and writing.
Focuses on the examination requirements, with tips and hints throughout.
Offers support for essay-writing, including essay frames.
Enables practical coverage of TOK in the History classroom.
1. Wars in the 20th Century
2. The Causes of World War I
3. World War I and Total War
4. The Results of World War I
5. The Causes of World War II in Europe – The Failure of Collective Security
6. The Causes of World War II in Europe – Hitler’s War
7. The Causes of World War II in the Pacific
8. World War II and Total War
9. The Consequences of World War II
10. Limited War Case Study 1: The Malvinas/Falklands War (1982)
11. Limited War Case Study 2: The Gulf War (1990–91)
12. Civil War Case Study 1: The Spanish Civil War (1936–39)
13. Civil War Case Study 2: The Chinese Civil War (1927–37 and 1946–49)
14. Algerian War – War of Decolonization
15. Which War for Which Question?
16. Theory of Knowledge