ATAR Notes' Modern History Year 12 Notes
contain extensive coverage of the core topic (Power and Authority in the Modern World), and the most popular National Study (Russia and the Soviet Union). For each part of the syllabus, you will find plenty of quotes, timelines, sources, and a concise summary of key concepts. And because the author is state ranking student, there’s also a tonne of advice to help you understand and remember the content.
But best of all, there is a whole section of tips to help you in every section of the exam. So from short answers to detailed essays, these notes are have you covered!
I Core Study: Power and Authority in the Modern World 1919-1946
- 1 Survey
- 2 The rise of dictatorships after WWI
- 3 The Nazi Regime to 1939
- 4 The search for peace and security in the world
II National Studies Option F: Russia and the Soviet Union (1917-1941)
- 1 Survey
- 2 The Bolsheviks and the power struggle following the death of Lenin
- 3 The Soviet State under Stalin
- 4 Soviet foreign policy
III Exam Skills
IV How to Study for Modern History
About the Author
Susie Dodds is an expert in all things HSC History! As a recipient of a History Teacher’s Association award, she achieved stellar Year 12 results. Susie graduated in 2016 with a state rank in Modern and a Band 6 in Ancient. She’s also an invaluable member of the NSW ATAR Notes forum team, and an exceptional tutor and lecturer. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Communications (Media Arts and Production) at UTS.