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Tuesday 22 May 2012 ­ Afternoon
AS GCE HISTORY A
F963/02 British History Enquiries
Option B: Modern 1815­1945
Candidates answer on the Answer Booklet.
OCR supplied materials:

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
· 8 page Answer Booklet (sent with general stationery)
Other materials required: None
*F96302*

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
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F963/02 Jun12 The Condition of England 1815­1853 Study the
five Sources on Public Health in the 1840s and then answer both sub-questions. You will need
to turn over for Sources D and E.
It is recommended that you spend two-thirds of your time in answering part…

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supporters of centralisation but we would rather trust to central government than to local
authorities. Government appointment would secure a better class of sanitary officer than parish
election.
W A Guy, The Sanitary Question, 1847
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Source C: An author, in a middle class Tory-leaning journal, comments on new legislation.
The Public Health Act of 1848, thin and slightly damaged, has been safely passed. It has
clothed itself in the homely saying `prevention is better than cure', which also gives life to the
mighty works…

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Source D: A satirical magazine, popular amongst the educated middle and upper classes,
comments on the new Central Board of Health's flushing of the London sewers into the Thames
in response to the cholera epidemic of 1848­9.
THE WATER THAT JOHN DRINKS
This is the price that we pay…

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Tuesday 22 May 2012 ­ Afternoon
AS GCE HISTORY A
F963/02 British History Enquiries
Option B: Modern 1815­1945
Candidates answer on the Answer Booklet.
OCR supplied materials:

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
· 8 page Answer Booklet (sent with general stationery)
Other materials required: None
*F96302*

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
·…

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© OCR 2012 [Y/500/7927]
OCR is an exempt Charity DC (CW/TL) 49035/4
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© OCR 2012

F963/02 Jun12 The Condition of England 1815­1853 Study the
five Sources on Public Health in the 1840s and then answer both sub-questions. You will need
to turn over for Sources D and E.
It is recommended that you spend two-thirds of your time in answering part…

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supporters of centralisation but we would rather trust to central government than to local
authorities. Government appointment would secure a better class of sanitary officer than parish
election.
W A Guy, The Sanitary Question, 1847
5
10
15

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Source C: An author, in a middle class Tory-leaning journal, comments on new legislation.
The Public Health Act of 1848, thin and slightly damaged, has been safely passed. It has
clothed itself in the homely saying `prevention is better than cure', which also gives life to the
mighty works…

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Source D: A satirical magazine, popular amongst the educated middle and upper classes,
comments on the new Central Board of Health's flushing of the London sewers into the Thames
in response to the cholera epidemic of 1848­9.
THE WATER THAT JOHN DRINKS
This is the price that we pay…

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