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  • Vitamin C
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    VITAMIN C Vitamin C plays a crucial role in our lives by building and maintaining our tissues and fortifying our immune systems. Vitamin C should be included in a daily diet because it is water soluble, which means it, is excreted from the body every day and can not be stored for later use. You should consume at least 500-1000 mg of Vitamin C per day to maintain a strong immune system which fights off diseases and illnesses from the human body. It is also used to keep teeth and gums healthy, hea...
  • Lloyd George During The Somme This Source
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    The battle of the Somme began in the summer of 1916. The British saw their opportunity to look good and be the saviour of the moment. However, this did not occur. A four hundred and fifty mile trench network, stretching from the Swiss border up and into Belgium, was opened up and the battle had truly started. The battle soon deteriorated into trench warfare causing no progress to either side. The Generals decided to forge an all-out offensive on the weaker points of the German lines and started ...
  • Few Protesters In Source C
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    Question 1 Sharpeville 1) In what ways do sources A+B agree about the events in Sharpeville on the morning of 21 stop March Source A is a primary source written by Humphery Tyler a Journalist from a south African magazine. Source bis a secondary source, it is a report to an English newspaper, a day after theshooting. The two sources agree that armored cars Saracens were present as well as police cars. Source A says thatthe re was three Saracens armored cars present earlier in the day while. B sa...
  • Source D The People
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    Britain in the age of total war, coursework assignment. Question 1: Source A is part of the publishers description from the inside cover of a book called 'waiting for the all clear' published in 1990 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Blitz. The description was written to celebrate the way in which British people all appeared to pull together and help one another during this time. 'British people showed they didn't need a uniform to be heroes' they didn't have to be trained or do anythin...
  • Public Vote In Favour Of Conscription
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    In 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
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    From 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...

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