Although one thing thats different about the paper that we are sitting is the essay questions are going to be more broad than that of previous Cold War papers which is helpful! The factor in the question (which was 'Christian churches mounted the most effective opposition to Nazism') is the tip of the iceberg really.
Hey, also doing CCEA History on Cold War x.x the new paper and lack of helpful bulletpoints is going to be quite different, tbh As for the predictions, illmatics is right - but my teacher spoke of the end of the Cold War not often appearing on papers [ unless its a source] as it is a small section of the overall course in the revision booklet Hi Caitlin, i done this paper last year and got 98/100 uniform marks hopefully i can help. So you do your introduction, short and concise, and then start your essay with Christian Church opposition to Nazism as the first paragraph.
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It's a brand new specification so it's hard to predict what's coming up (unless you're in year 11 then you can probably cross out whatever came up on last years papers).
If you're doing the Cold War paper like me then this is the first year of this new paper so I think its practically impossible to logically predict what's going to come up as old papers probably won't have any effect on the choice of this years questions.
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