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How content were the British people in 1914?
A discussion of the type of jobs done by so many in Britain in 1914, particularly those in domestic service. The clip also considers the expectations attached to being a young lady, which were governed by the many rules of etiquette. Some groups wanted more from life, notably the suffragettes and the trade union movement.
Credits: British Pathe, British Movietone, Huntley Film Archives, Imperial War Museum, BFI National Archive, Wales Film & TV Archives
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