Defence Of the Realm Acts - effect on civillian life

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  • What effect did DORA have on civilian life?
    • Govt controlled mass media
      • Radio censored & controlled
      • Newspapers censored - not give vital info to Germans
        • All news filtered though govt's press department
        • What effect did DORA have on civilian life?
          • Govt controlled mass media
            • Radio censored & controlled
            • Newspapers censored - not give vital info to Germans
              • All news filtered though govt's press department
          • Beer watered down & price raised - stop people from getting drunk
            • Aid efficiency
              • Illegal buy drinks for others - even wife
            • Pubs not allowed to open early - stop people going to work drunk
              • Illegal buy drinks for others - even wife
              • Aid efficiency
            • Govt took over land to grow crops for food
              • Women's Land Army set up - recruit women as farm workers
            • Clocks put forward for 'British Summer Time'
              • Forward 1 hour
              • Created extra hour daylight for work
            • DORA passed 1914
            • System of voluntary rationing started May 1918
              • Royal Family led way
                • Announced aiming to reduce their consumption of bread by a quater
            • Govt took control of mines & railways
            • Shop windows & adverts not lit - coal not wasted producing electricity for non-essential purposes
      • Beer watered down & price raised - stop people from getting drunk
        • Pubs not allowed to open early - stop people going to work drunk
        • Govt took over land to grow crops for food
          • Women's Land Army set up - recruit women as farm workers
        • Clocks put forward for 'British Summer Time'
          • Forward 1 hour
          • Created extra hour daylight for work
        • DORA passed 1914
        • System of voluntary rationing started May 1918
          • Royal Family led way
            • Announced aiming to reduce their consumption of bread by a quater
        • Govt took control of mines & railways
        • Shop windows & adverts not lit - coal not wasted producing electricity for non-essential purposes

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