Through a wealth of primary and secondary source material, this account of the origins of the First World War allows the reader to gain an in-depth understanding of one of the most complex topics in the IB History syllabus.
Sources are contextualized by commentaries and each Unit is concluded by exercises and activities which target the source analysis skills examined in IB History Paper 1 – comprehension, application, analysis, evaluation and synthesis.
Lastly, the text has been written specifically for the reader who does not have English as his/her mother tongue language. Short sentences in the commentaries, consistent use of terminological items and inclusion of synonyms and other explanations in hard brackets in the text all help to make this book fully accessible to non-native speakers of English.
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