🎧 Lockdown learning: Interwar Europe
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For this episode of Lockdown Learning Professor Richard Toye joined me on the podcast to talk about the interwar period and answer the key questions of what caused the Second World War. We spoke about why the Treaty of Versailles was so harsh on Germany, why the League of Nations failed and the impact of the Wall Street Crash on global politics and how all these combined to help bring about the World War Two.
Many thanks again to Simon Beale for creating this downloadable worksheet for students:
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