Ch 43: MTEL History: Germany During the World Wars

About This Chapter

Let us help you understand Germany before and during the World Wars. This chapter takes a look at the Holocaust and colonization in Africa. Its lessons will help you answer these types of questions on the MTEL History exam.

MTEL History: Germany During the World Wars - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons to sharpen your knowledge of Germany and the politics and events leading up to the World Wars. These videos and quizzes will help you answer these types of questions on the MTEL History exam:

  • Identifying the impact of the Franco-Prussian War and Germany's unification
  • Understanding the Berlin Conference and what it did about the colonization of Africa
  • Exploring anti-Semitism and genocide in Nazi Germany

Our instructors are experts in the field and will provide you with a sound overview of Germany's changing political scene during the years before World War I. The lessons and quizzes will give you solid information as you prepare for the MTEL History exam.

MTEL History: Germany During the World Wars Chapter Objectives

In Massachusetts, all history teachers must pass the MTEL History exam as a condition of their certification. The exam's subarea on world history contains information covered in this chapter pertaining to Germany during World Wars I and II. This subarea comprises 25% of the exam's total score.

All questions in the world history subarea are multiple-choice, like the questions in the short quizzes that go with our lessons. Answering quiz questions will allow you to practice testing in this format. The quizzes also let you assess your knowledge and see areas that may require more study time.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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