British Depth Study: WW1 - DORA

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What was life like on the Home Front for
ordinary people during WW1?
· Allowed the government to control people's lives to help the war effort.
DORA: The Defence of the Relm Act 1914.
By 1915: Army short of munitions - not enough being made.
The Daily…

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9. Rationing actually improved the health and diet of many poorer people as they could get food which
they could not afford before.
10. There was a black market though and some butchers etc. turned a blind eye to extra food.

DORA also meant that nobody was allowed to:


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