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2,177 wordsThe Great Depression Sources Coursework 1. Source A clearly gives us evidence about the depression, which make it useful. It is an election poster, meaning that it would give the view of the democrats. The actual content is a made up advert for a smilette. The idea of this was to show the Laissez faire attitude of the government. They are saying that if you wear this smilette, and look happy, everything is fine. This is the attitude that the Democrats have towards the government. This makes it u...
Sources B And D
1,950 wordsGCSE History Coursework Total War: This phrase is used to describe that everyone was involved in war, civilians, soldiers and women. Every citizen had the experience of a close death or an attack. In the case of Britain, we know that Germany had attacked London's population, only to 'revenge' what the British did to the town. In Total War, everyone contributed, civilians were in charge of their own security and protection, soldiers (from civilians) were sent to the battlefield and the working po...
Public Vote In Favour Of Conscription
1,086 wordsIn 1916 Prime Minister Hughes proposed raising the numbers needed to maintain Australian troops at full strength at the Front by conscripting those who to date were unwilling or opposed to enlisting to fight. The government already had the power under the existing provisions of the Defence Act to conscript men - but only for service in Australia. They could not be sent overseas to fight. All the government needed to do was to change the Defense Act to extend the existing power of conscription fo...
Evacuation Saved The Lives Of Many People
781 wordsFrom The sources that have seen, I would never say that evacuation was a great success, but rather maybe evacuation Saved The lives of many people. Evacuation was mostly successful, but I would never go as bold as saying it was a great success. We have seen the many different successes and failures of evacuation, and having many different oral accounts of what the evacuation was like firsthand, and I soon noticed that evacuation had it in some cases serious downfalls. Many of these Downfalls inc...
Sources B And C
5,957 wordsHistory Coursework 2 - The Great Depression The Great Depression, 1929-19331. Source A is an election poster for the democrat party which was published during the time of the Great Depression in the USA. It is basically saying that the Republican government, who are in power, are not doing anything to stop the depression. It says " smile away the depression! ". This is a sarcastic statement directed at the American people. It is saying if you smile, the depression will go away. It is meant to ma...
Sources Regard Suffragettes
3,162 wordsWaverley G.C.S. E History Coursework Assignments Assignment Two Syllabus 'C' 1327 By Ola Akin lade 7/11/03 Women's Right To Vote The right to vote (suffrage) in general elections was given to women over thirty years of age in 1918. This new law was passed by parliament at the end of the First World War (1914-1918). Although on 2nd July 1928 the law was passed allowing all women over the age of 21 to vote. Some women had been campaigning for women's right to vote for many years before the war sta...
Source 16 The Nazis
4,713 words" The Nazis had nothing to do with the burning of the Reichstag. The young Dutchman, Van der Lubbe, did it all alone, exactly as he claimed. Hitler and the other Nazis were taken by surprise. They genuinely believed that the Communists had started the fire, and they introduced the Enabling Law because they believed absolutely that they were threatened with a communist rising". 1. The Communists were blamed for the fire according to sources 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Here is the evidence I have found to supp...
Important At The Time And Source D
2,467 wordsThis coursework on women during world war this coursework mainly looks how women were treated differently during World War 2 and what difficult conditions they and their family had to go through. Source A is from the BBC service in May 1941, what you can learn from source A is that the women were very determined to do their best and to pull their weight. It also mentioned that they had to make do with sacrifices such as the evacuation of their children and there husbands going out to help the Ar...
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