World War One Impact

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The impact world war one had on votes for women

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World War One Impact
1 Changes brought by War
1.1 Social Changes
1.1.1 Social barriers broke down
1.1.2 women had to adapt to new ways
1.1.2.1 more practical fashion
1.1.2.1.1 short hair
1.1.2.1.2 trousers
1.1.2.1.3 skirts became shorter
1.1.2.2 smoked
1.1.2.3 went to the cinema
1.1.2.4 visited pups unaccompanied
1.1.3 women appeared in uniform
1.1.4 fewer men so chaperoning become less common
1.1.5 Women getting paid more
1.1.5.1 up to £5 - twice as much as domestic servants
1.1.6 By 1919 contraception became more widely available
1.2 Political Changes
1.2.1 coalition government
1.2.1.1 brought together supporters of women's votes
1.2.1.2 David Lloyd George
1.2.1.2.1 pro- suffrage
1.2.1.2.2 replaced Asquith as Prime Minister
1.2.2 Pro- suffrage MP's
1.2.2.1 young men before 1914
1.2.2.2 held influential places in the government
2 World of Work
2.1 Home Front
2.1.1 Dock Worker
2.1.2 Taxi Drivers
2.1.3 Conductor
2.1.3.1 Trains
2.1.3.2 Buses
2.1.3.3 By 1917 25,000 women
2.1.4 Police
2.1.5 Shop Assistants
2.1.6 Typists
2.1.7 Secretaries
2.1.8 worked in government offices
2.1.8.1 By July 1917 over 650,000
2.1.9 Munitions Industry
2.1.9.1 made shells and bullets
2.1.9.2 By 1914 - 212,00 women by 1917 - 819,00 women
2.1.10 Nurse
2.1.10.1 45,000 by 1917
2.2 In the forces
2.2.1 WREN
2.2.1.1 By 1918 3,000 women
2.2.2 WAAC
2.2.2.1 By 1918 57,000 women
2.2.3 The woman's Legion
2.2.3.1 consisted of 40,00 women working as cooks and nurses
2.2.4 By 1916 every London ambulance driven by a women
2.2.5 A thousand women had served in France, Russia, Macedonia and Romania
2.2.6 MI5 run entirely by women
2.2.7 Dr Elsie Inglis
2.2.7.1 Scottish suffragette
2.2.7.2 formed all woman hospital units od doctors, nurses, orderlies and drivers
2.2.8 WRAF
2.2.8.1 By 1918 32,000 women

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