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War and Transformation 1903-28

Edexcel History A GCSE Practice Paper
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Laurie Johnston

on 19 June 2017

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Transcript of War and Transformation 1903-28

War and Transformation 1903-28
Facts and figures

Home
NUWSS
WSPU
Cat and Mouse Act
Rowntree - York, Booth - London
1/3 below poverty line
Boer War
fear of Labour Party
1906 School Meals
1908 Children's charter 1908
Old Age Pensions 1908
Medical inspections 1907
Labour Exchange Act 1909
National Insurance Act 1911
9d for 4d
BEF
Schlieffen Plan
Miracle of the Marne 1914
Trenches
The Somme
General Haig
20000
420000
1 mile
Gas
Machine Guns
Tanks
Creeping barrage
Artillery
USA 1917
German offensive
Ludendorff
11am, 11th November 1918
DORA 1914
control over people nd industry
propganda and censorship
recruitment
PALS
conscription
CO's
tribunals
Absolutists
Rationing 1918
Right to serve
800000
100000
vote
Women over 30
over 21 1928
MP' from 1018
1911 35%
1931 34%
most left school at 14
TU membership doubled in war
heavy industry recession
April 1921 mines back to owners
rail and transport workers let miners down - Black Friday
1925 coal prices fell - wages cut hours increased
triple alliance threatened strike
Govt. subsidy and Samuel COmmission
Samuel Commission no increase in hours, wages cut, improve conditions
May 1926 General Strike
3 million workers
Govt propaganda
no negotiation
protected food and coal supplies
spent £433m to break strike
TUC called it off
fear of violence
no give from Govt
no support from Labour Party
ran out of money
Sympathy strikes banned
miners stayed on strike but were forced back
many sacked
longerhours, less pay
union membership fell
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