The USA Between the Wars 1919-1941 A Study in Depth
Discovering the past for GCSE

Each book in the series combines a penetrating analysis of the syllabus content with a source-based enquiry-led approach which will stimulate interest and deepen historical understanding.

The USA Between the Wars is a comprehensive depth study for students taking this subject at examination level.

It includes a mass of fresh and unusual source material and case studies which give a deep insight into the boom years of the 1920s and the harsh Depression of the 1930s.

It combines comprehensive syllabus coverage with motivating and stimulating classroom strategies.

The Teachers’ Resource Book provides clear guidance on teaching the unit and preparing for assessment by both exam and coursework, together with support and extension worksheets.

The authors
Terry Fiehn is a former advisory teacher in London. He has been a consultant on the Discovering the Past series since its inception. Risk Mills teaches History in Hull. Maggie Samuelson is History Advisor in North Lincolnshire. Carol White is Senior Assisstant Director of Education, Leisure and Libraries in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Colin Shepard (Series Editor) is a GCSE Chief Examiner for MEG.

Paperback 1998 edition.

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