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Home Front
1 DORA
1.1 Defence of Realm Acts 1914
1.2 Govt. controlled industry
1.3 Munitions Crisis July 1915 exposed by Daily Mail
1.4 July 1915 Lloyd George Minister of Munitions, Dec 1916 PM
1.5 MOM controlled key industry
1.6 Jobs for women
1.7 Set u Ministry of Labour and Ministry of Food
1.8 Dilution - unskilled did some jobs
2 Conscription
2.1 Lord Kitchener Minister for War
2.2 Recruitment at first but slowed after massive losses
2.3 Military Service acts (Jan and May 1916)
2.4 1st 6 weeks 500,000+ signed up, requirements lowered from 5ft8 to 5ft3
2.5 National Register and Derby Scheme failed
2.6 Conscientious Objectors - white feather
3 Rationing
3.1 Took over land to grow crops
3.2 1917 severe shortages because of U-boat warfare
3.3 May 1917 voluntary rationing then Meatless Days
3.4 Nov 1917 Ninepenny Loaf law and rationing propaganda
3.5 Early 1918 sugar meat butter tea beer rations - stiff penalties
3.6 Largely successful - no starvation
4 Civilian Injuries
4.1 Dec 1914 shelling East Coast
4.2 Jan 1915 East Anglia zeppelin - 1500 killed, 3000 injured
5 Women
5.1 Pre war Victorian attitude
5.2 Patriotism more important than vote
5.3 Increased respect from men
5.4 1918 votes for 30+women
6 Propaganda
6.1 Strong Anti Germany feeling
6.2 Ministry of Information led by Lord Beaverbrook
6.3 Censorship
6.4 Whipped up emotions
6.5 Persuasion to help war effort

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