1. Adolf Hitler's rise to power

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    Andrew Marr tells the story of Hitler’s rise to power in Weimar Germany.

  2. Aims of the 'Big Three' at Versailles

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    The state of Europe at the end of the First World War and the Paris Peace negotiations.

  3. Attitudes of the British aristocracy towards Hitler and Germany

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    Attitudes of the British aristocracy to the leadership and progress in Germany.

  4. British attitudes to the Soviet Union before World War 2

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    Unlike France, Britain saw the Soviet Union as a greater threat to peace than Germany.

  5. Chamberlain's attempts to keep the peace through appeasement

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    An examination of Chamberlain's motivation for appeasement and Hitler's response.

  6. Coal miners - a woman's work


    A look at the lives of the miners' wives who were running the family home.

  7. Contents of the Treaty of Versailles

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    The main clauses of the Treaty of Versailles are outlined.

  8. Discovering the work of Elsie Widdowson

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    Dick and Dom describe the scientific achievements of 'Absolute Genius', Elsie Widdowson.

  9. Entering the Coal House cottages


    First sight of the miners' cottages from 1927, focusing on the lack of amenities.

  10. German children and the Hitler Youth

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    The Hitler Youth was formed to prepare young men for war.