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The Home Front during the First World War

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Revision tip and answer preparation

Revision tip

Consolidate the information in both lists into a single spidergram.

Answer preparation

As part of your revision, think about the arguments and facts you would use to explain:

  1. How women contributed to the war effort.
  2. How civilians were affected by the war.
  3. How effective government propaganda was during the war.
  4. To what extent people's lives were affected by the war.
  5. To what extent women's lives were changed by the war.

Remember that you will get poor marks for questions 4 and 5 if you only describe the facts - you will need to explain how the changes affected people.

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