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Temporary Triangle. What is the message of this source? Analysis

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Andrew Oldham

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Transcript of Temporary Triangle. What is the message of this source? Analysis

What is the message of this source? (7)
(What is the artist trying to make you think?)
STEP 1 : Nail the message
'The message of the source is ......
STEP 2 : Say how you can tell the message
from the details
Try to sum this up in two sentences. Examiners will reward full meaning more than partial meaning
'I can tell this because the source shows......
DON'T spend ages describing the source. Pick 2 relevant parts and EXPLAIN them
STEP 3 : Use your own knowledge to explain the context
'The source is commenting on ......
Explain WHEN the event was. What were the causes and consequences that made it significant
'...that Hitler's position as Chancellor will not last. He is reliant on Hindenburg and Von Papen to keep him in power.'
' that Hitler is being supported by Von Papen and Hindenburg. They all look uncomfortable as if he might be dropped at any moment. Von Papen in particular does not look happy. The source is entitled 'The Temporary Triangle'. In the background you can see Hitler's brownshirts.'
'..the events after the November 1932 election. Because both Von Papen and Von Schleicher had failed as Chancellor it was decided that Hitler should be helped into power. They saw him as the only man who could control enough votes to get laws passed through the Reichstag. Von Papen and Hindenburg expected to be able to control Hitler after appointing him Chancellor as neither of them actually trusted him. The SA can be seen as they made an important contribution to Hitler's power base by fighting the Communists.
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A British cartoon from early 1933. Hitler, as Chancellor, is being supported by Hindenburg and Von Papen.
'...that Hitler's position as Chancellor will not last. He is reliant on Hindenburg and Von Papen to keep him in power.'
'The message of the source is ......
'I can tell this because the source shows......
'The source is commenting on ......
'..the events after the November 1932 election. Because both Von Papen and Von Schleicher had failed as Chancellor it was decided that Hitler should be helped into power. They saw him as the only man who could control enough votes to get laws passed through the Reichstag. Von Papen and Hindenburg expected to be able to control Hitler after appointing him Chancellor as neither of them actually trusted him. The SA can be seen as they made an important contribution to Hitler's power base by fighting the Communists.
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' that Hitler is being supported by Von Papen and Hindenburg. They all look uncomfortable as if he might be dropped at any moment. Von Papen in particular does not look happy. The source is entitled 'The Temporary Triangle'. In the background you can see Hitler's brownshirts.'
Use your knowledge to explain the 'context' of the message
Use source details to explain the message
The message is key. Without the FULL message you will be held at L3 regardless of how good the rest of your answer is.
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