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Starting uni is full of surprises: Start new discussion Reply. Follow 1 I'm doing whether Germany was responsible for the outbreak of WW1 and I have plenty of substance to the argument from onward, but I'm lacking anything before I need to cover the entire period and I'm not sure where to look to find evidence to show things like nationalism in the period.
If anyone could give me any tips that would be great. Follow 2 Original post by AxSirlotl I'm doing whether Germany was responsible for the outbreak of WW1 and I have plenty of substance to the argument from onward, but I'm lacking anything before Follow 3 Original post by ageshallnot If you're looking at German nationalism which begs the question about the same factor other countries then the 'War of Liberation' in played a significant role in building nationalist sentiment.
There's also the revolutions of Is your question 'whether' or 'to what extent' Germany was responsible for the outbreak of WWI? Follow 4 Original post by AxSirlotl It's to assess the extent of Germany's war guilt. I don't think that I can cover the Napoleonic wars since AQA have given us a time period of I could do something on the revolutions but that leaves the period without much mention.
I suppose I might be able to include some of the conferences just after and in Follow 5 Original post by ageshallnot You could mention as part of a discussion of and the congresses. If there isn't anything between then and , so be it. This is one problem with having such artificial and precise parameters. The origins of WWI is my favourite historical topic - I've got more than 30 books either wholly or partially on the subject.
Follow 6 Original post by AxSirlotl I have very little knowledge of the Napoleonic wars, but from what I've seen learning about WW2, there's a heightened sense of nationalism during wars. So I think that excluding those wars from the time period we are allocated reduces the amount of stuff I can talk about when analysing nationalism and it's growth throughout the 19th century. What are the best books on the causes of WW1 in your opinion? Countdown to war" although I'm not sure wide of a time span either of those books will cover, and whether they will be sufficient.
Last edited by ageshallnot; at Follow 7 Original post by ageshallnot The best book on the origins of WWI is probably, despite its age, Luigi Albertini's trilogy - though that's both difficult to get and I suspect too detailed for your needs. I definitely advise you to avoid Ferguson. To my mind, he's more interested in coming up with a 'controverisal' argument just for the sake of it.
And to sell more books. I saw him get absolutely get destroyed in a TV debate regarding his assertion that Britain should have stayed out of WWI 'because although Germany would have won and ended up dominating the continent, it would have been no worse than the way Germany dominates the EU nowadays'!
Otoh definitely read McMeekin simply because he will provide a nice counterpoint to Germany being responsible - he blames Russia.
Wading through the Fischer books is a tedious task, so I don't envy you that. Note also that Fischer's arguments are generally downplayed by modern historians so I would suggest it isn't worth going overboard on that angle. Have a look at Christopher Clark's The Sleepwalkers for one such example. Books of documents would be useful, though they tend to focus on the last few years before war broke out - Mombauer's The Origins of the First World War and Geiss's July might give you material which you wouldn't get elsewhere.
Follow 8 Is that a good book to read in your opinion? I can actually get access to Albertini's books so I'll check them out. My only worry is that I'm struggling to find any books which cover pre causes of WW1 in detail. I've found a book called "The origins of the World War by Sidney Bradshaw Fay which covers briefly causes such as nationalism and militarism.
However the bulk of the book focuses on the years onwards.
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Dec 30, · I'm doing whether Germany was responsible for the outbreak of WW1 and I have plenty of substance to the argument from onward, but I'm lacking anything. Why choose AQA for AS and A-level History Helping students understand the significance of historical events Our AS and A-level History qualifications have been designed to help students understand the significance of historical events, the role of individuals in history and the nature of change over time.
Exam board: AQA Level: A-level Subject: History First teaching: September First exams: Summer Maximise your chance of coursework success; this AQA A-level History Workbook breaks the non-examined assessment down into manageable steps, builds the required skills and tracks students' progress at every stage.5/5. Apr 18, · AQA History A-level. Discussion in 'History' started by dougclucas, Apr 13, Tags: alevel; aqa; I'm too long retired to help on this, but I might try asking the question here: Then when we're doing coursework we encourage students to treat the sources and historians the same as they would a Paper 2 or Paper 1 question, so .