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Causes of the Spanish Civil War: Introduction and Overview Worksheet
This worksheet helps students understand the significance of the Spanish Civil War. It should be used in conjunction with this PowerPoint Presentation.
Model Essay: Analyse the causes of the Spanish Civil War
A sample essay by RJ Tarr of www.activehistory.co.uk.
Why did Franco win the Spanish Civil War?
Students are provided with a list of essential points relating to the international consequences of the Spanish Civil War. These are analysed in terms of what Hitler's objectives were, and what the actual results were - thereby keeping a close focus on the subject of the sourcework paper for 2009 (Germany Involvement in the Spanish Civil War). The class is then asked to consider how crucial German involvement in the Spanish Civil War was in terms of Franco's victory. Sourcework questions round the worksheet off.
To what extent was Franco's victory in the Spanish Civil War due to the involvement of foreign powers? - Model essay by RJ Tarr
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Events (500 years ago today): 1521 – Trial of Martin Luther over his teachings begins during the assembly of the Diet of Worms. Initially intimidated, he asks for time to reflect before answering and is given a stay of one day.
Events (50 years ago today): 1971 – The Provisional Government of Bangladesh is formed.
Births (50 years ago today): 1971 – Claire Sweeney, English actress
Deaths (950 years ago today): 1071 – Manuel Komnenos, Byzantine military commander (b. c. 1045)
Deaths (700 years ago today): 1321 – Infanta Branca of Portugal, daughter of King Afonso III of Portugal (b. 1259)
Deaths (100 years ago today): 1921 – Manwel Dimech, Maltese journalist, author, and philosopher (b. 1860)
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