World War I Essay | What Were the Consequences of the First World War for the British People 1914 - 1924?

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What Were the Consequences of the First World War for the British People 1914 - 1924?

Summary: The war provided many changes yo Britain, both socially, economically and politically. One such social change was the population of men declining drastically, this was of course because of the death toll as a result of the war.
There were many consequences and changes to British society because of the war, both positive and negative, however if you look closely some of the changes such as women obtaining the right to vote could have happened naturally - war or no war.

The war provided many changes both socially, economically and politically. One such social change was the population of men declining drastically, this was of course because of the death toll as a result of the war. As a result of this the population of women went up from 595 per thousand to 638 per thousand and the proportion of widows went from 38% - 43% and there were also now 3.5 million orphans. (1) So since women now outnumbered men it would be harder to ignore them, which meant since they outnumbered men more than they used to, they...

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