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      Revise the anglo Irish treaty negotiations for Section 2 and also the impact of Parnell or Davitt on the Land Movement too.

      For the American essays I think definitely revise Vietnam and Racial conflict from 1945-68 came up as well I think, hope that helps

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      sorry thought you were Lc, nevermind

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      lorenzo demedici, mine/factory worker, early Christian monk, neolithic farmer, gandhi and native on a land discovered for PIH, Q5 is the famine and you need to know about population and Q6 is plantations and the effects of a studied plantation and for the WW2 section you need to know about nazi propaganda, nazi schools and ecomony and the battle of stalingrad

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      you can give me the 2 euro later;)

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      born 4 April 1960) is an English cricket broadcaster and former professional cricketer, nicknamed "Aggers". Agnew had a successful first-class career as a fast bowler for Leicestershire from 1979 to 1990, returning briefly in 1992. He won three Test caps in the mid-1980s for England, and played in three One Day Internationals, his entire international career lasting just under a year. In county cricket, Agnew's most successful seasons came toward the end of his career. He was the second and third leading wicket-taker in 1987 and 1988 respectively, achieving 100 wickets in a season in the former. Overall, he took 666 first-class wickets at an average of 29.25. He was named one of the five Cricketers of the Year by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 1988. While still a player, Agnew began a career in cricket journalism and commentary. Since his retirement as a player, he has become a leading voice of cricket on radio, as the BBC radio cricket correspondent and on Test Match Special. In 1991, he was part of an on-air incident, known as the "leg over", which was blamed for a two-mile traffic jam caused by drivers laughing; BBC 5 Live listeners voted it "the greatest sporting commentary ever" in 2005. (Full article...)

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