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History

A time of great change?

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In this Revision Bite, we will look at example questions and sources for this topic - Britain from 1905-1918.

Answering questions on Britain 1906-1918

Throughout this section, we have been asking ourselves how much Britain really changed during 1905-1918. When answering a question on this topic, there are four main areas you should consider:

  1. The Liberal reforms
  2. The home front during the First World War
  3. Votes for women
  4. The rise of the Labour Party

These areas provide the examples of change that you need to answer this question, but remember, you need to also assess the impact of these changes - not just list what they were.

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