Dates Available
Week 1: Monday 30 March - Friday 3 April
Week 2: Monday 6 - Friday 10 April 
Week 3: Monday 13 - Friday 17 April

Specification designed for CIE History syllabus with some overlap to Pearson History syllabus. Some GCSE modules available on request.

Length of Course
4 hours per module

9am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm daily

MPW offers a modular revision course for Modern Twentieth Century syllabuses. These half-day modules are relevant for those studying IGCSE CIE and Pearson syllabus. If you require a history module not listed below, please contact a course director. In order to combine History with another subject in the same week, please note the times and days of each module, which will be the same each week. We are unable to help with coursework pieces as to do so would be to interfere with work that must be vouched for as the student’s own by their regular teacher.

Only the topics listed below will be covered, though others may be available on request.

Topic Module A: Germany 1918-45

  • Versailles and Weimar
  • The Rise of Hitler
  • The Nazi Regime
  • Germany and Total War

Topic Module B: Russia 1905-41

  • 1917: The Year of Revolutions
  • Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin
  • Collectivisation and Industrialisation
  • Stalinism and the Purges

Topic Module C: International Relations 1919-39

  • Versailles
  • The League of Nations
  • The Origins of the Second World War

Topic Module D: International Relations since 1945

  • The Cold War 1945-49
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis
  • The Vietnam War

Topic Module E: USA 1919-41

  • The Roaring Twenties
  • The Wall Street Crash
  • The Depression
  • Roosevelt and the New Deal

In the case of topics that are duplicated in the morning and afternoon, students only have to attend one of the sessions.

Each module will be offered at the following times:

Monday am Topic B pm Topic A
Tuesday am Topic A pm Topic B
Wednesday am Topic C pm Topic E
Thursday am Topic D pm Topic C
Friday am Topic D  pm Topic E

It is essential that students list on the registration form the modules they wish to study and the syllabus they have covered.