Britain 1930 - 51

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Britain 1930 - 51
1 Unemployment in the 1930s
1.1 wall street crash = unemployment
1.2 unemployment
1.2.1 very little money
1.2.2 unemployment exchange every week
1.2.3 poor health
1.2.4 44% lived under poverty line
1.3 north south divide
1.3.1 north = old
1.3.1.1 outdated methods
1.3.1.2 high use of labour
1.3.1.3 reducing demand
1.3.2 south = new
1.3.2.1 modern methods
1.3.2.2 use of machines
1.3.2.3 rising demand
1.4 labour government
1.4.1 national insurance contributions
1.4.1.1 workers made small contributions from wages to pay for unemployed
1.4.2 means test
1.4.2.1 only poorest get benifits
1.4.3 special areas
1.4.3.1 only poor places get government investment
2 jarrow crusade
2.1 about jarrow
2.1.1 north of england
2.1.2 ship building
2.1.3 invested in special areas
2.1.3.1 but not enough
2.1.4 64% unemployed
2.1.5 many people hungry and starving
2.2 about crusade
2.2.1 wanted to hold their own
2.2.2 didnt think government would listen if they were with NUWM
2.2.3 all of jarrow supported the march
2.2.4 National hunger marches organised in 1936
2.2.4.1 supported by labour
2.2.4.2 organised by NUWM
2.3 reaction
2.3.1 PM refused to meet them
2.3.2 MPs spoke out against them
2.3.3 no investment
3 Britain and WW2
3.1 preparing for war at home
3.1.1 air raid shelters built
3.1.2 wardens
3.1.3 air raid sirens
3.1.4 sandbags
3.1.5 barrage balloons
3.1.6 nightly blackouts
3.1.7 Home Guard
3.1.8 evacuation
3.1.9 rationing
3.2 operation dynamo
3.2.1 300 small and large boats sent to france
3.2.2 338,000 troops rescued
3.2.3 dunkirk spirit bacame a popular phrase
3.3 battle of britain
3.3.1 operation sealion 1940
3.3.2 attacked radar stations, airfeilds then london
3.3.3 britain won because...
3.3.3.1 effective use of radar
3.3.3.2 RAF had more fighter planes
3.3.3.3 factories worked all the time to build plans
3.3.3.4 the dunkirk spirit
3.4 the blitz
3.4.1 london and main cities
3.4.2 industries and civilians targeted
3.4.3 life disrupted
3.4.4 morale held up
3.4.5 V1 + V2 caused fear, but innacurate
3.5 dunkirk
3.5.1 led by Winston Churchill
3.5.2 1940 - failed to stop germans invading france
3.5.3 german tactics successful
3.5.4 britain forced to retreat from dunkirk
4 britain at war
4.1 government control
4.1.1 rationing
4.1.2 publishing information
4.1.3 new ministries
4.1.3.1 supply
4.1.3.2 labour (workforce)
4.1.3.3 information
4.2 censorship
4.3 propoganda
4.4 rationing
4.4.1 pre war - 70% of food imported
4.4.2 ration books introduced - 1940
4.4.3 people incouraged to grow their own
4.5 working women
4.5.1 20 - 30 consripted
4.5.2 nearly every job open to them
4.5.3 join armed forces (not fight)
4.5.4 after war men took over, women lost jobs or moved to part time work
5 D-Day and defeat of germany
5.1 D--Day
5.1.1 operation overlord - invation of europe
5.1.1.1 6th June 1944
5.1.2 carefully planned, germany had few soldiers to defend them
5.1.3 fooled germany into thinking they were somewhere else
5.1.4 why a success
5.1.4.1 attacked radar systems
5.1.4.2 false information
5.1.4.3 good support plans
5.1.4.4 G lines of communication attacked
5.1.4.5 US provided troops
5.1.4.6 G army spred too thin
5.2 defeat of germany
5.2.1 germany being attecked form all sides
5.2.2 allies bombed german factories
5.2.3 german army weakened
6 Labour in power
6.1 election
6.1.1 personality vs policies
6.1.2 rationing still in place
6.1.3 people wanted a better life
6.1.4 Churchill compared Labour to Natzis
6.1.5 Labour policies were popular
6.1.6 Labour won
6.2 beveridge report
6.2.1 cradle to the grave
6.2.2 Want - allownaces
6.2.3 Ignorance - education
6.2.4 Disease - NHS
6.2.5 Sqaulor - new homes
6.2.6 Idleness - building schems crated jobs
6.2.7 problems with beveridge report
6.2.7.1 Cost
6.2.7.2 NHS couldnt be afforded
6.2.7.3 not all doctors wanted to work for the NHS

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