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Gcse study Materials gcse assignment: The Changing Role and Status of Women in Britain since 1900Gcse study Materials gcse assignment: The Changing Role and Status of Women in Britain since 1900
Without the First World War British women would not have gained the right to vote in 1918.’
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A history of Aboriginal voting rightsA history of Aboriginal voting rights
Aboriginal people have fought and continue to fight hard for rights. At different times in Australian history these rights were withheld from Aboriginal people by Federal, State and local government authorities
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The Suffragettes and their EffectivenessThe Suffragettes and their Effectiveness
Suffragists and started a splinter group. Emmiline Pankhurst, a member of the Manchester branch of the nuwss, with the help of her two daughters Christabel and Sylvia, formed the Women’s Social and Political Union (wspu)
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Britain was still far from being a democratic country by 1928.” How valid is this view?
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Later Modern History – Britain 1851-1951Later Modern History – Britain 1851-1951
A study of the development of the United Kingdom into a modern democracy and the development of the role of the state in the welfare of its citizens, illustrating the themes of authority, ideology and rights
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To what extent did the Liberal Government of 1906 – 1914 set up a welfare state in Britain? (How)To what extent did the Liberal Government of 1906 – 1914 set up a welfare state in Britain? (How)
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Britain why Democracy Use in ContextBritain why Democracy Use in Context
David Thomson – argues the Industrial Revolution changed the political order across Europe
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