Teach any CIE module: The Second World War in Europe and the Asia–Pacific, 1939–c.1945, no prep needed!
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Every CIE topic C is covered, and each module comes complete with:
Depth Study E: The Second World War in Europe and the Asia–Pacific, 1939–c.1945
How did the Second World War in Europe develop?
• To what extent had Nazi Germany gained control of Europe in 1940?
• Why was Germany unable to conquer Britain?
• Why did Hitler invade the Soviet Union in 1941?
• Why was the Battle of Stalingrad a turning point?
How did the Second World War in the Asia–Pacific develop?
• How did US–Japanese relationships deteriorate?
• How successful was the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor?
• Why were the Japanese successful in the initial stages of the war?
• Why was the Battle of Midway a turning point?
What was the impact of war on civilian populations in Europe and the Asia–Pacific?
• What was the impact on civilians of the bombing of Britain (1940–41) and Germany (1943–45)?
• How did Japanese control impact on peoples’ lives?
• What were the experiences of civilian populations in Nazi-occupied Europe?
• How effective were resistance movements in Europe and the Asia–Pacific?
How did the Allies achieve victory over the Axis powers?
• What was the importance of the Allied advance through Italy?
• Why was Nazi Germany on the point of collapse by April 1945?
• Why were the Allies able to achieve victory over Japan?
• How did the Allies consolidate their victories in Germany and Japan?
Further specified content can be found on page 17 of the Cambridge IGCSE Syllabus handbook (For examination in 2024-2026)