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20 October 2014
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Now that you have worked through the article and answered the questions at the bottom of each page, use your answers as an outline for writing. Use facts and other sources to write paragraphs that support your answers. Write for revision or practice essays for your coursework.

If you are looking at a page of questions with no answers, go back to the first page of the article and tick the boxes of the answers you think are most correct (there can be more than one!) to build your own outline for writing.

What effect do you think the contribution from Dominions and Colonies had on the war?
What effect do you think the war had on the Colonies and Dominions?
What effect do you think the industrial revolution had on the war?
With all the restrictions, how do you think the government kept the civilian public on the side of the war effort?
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