Britain in the 1920s

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What had returned in the 1920s after the War?
Peace and prosperity.
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The experiences during the War influenced British society, who in inparticular?
women. During the war, many women had been employed in the factories, giving them a wage and therefore a certain degree of independence.
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When were women over 30 given the vote?
1918.
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When did the women vote extend to everyone over 21?
1928.
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what did the 1921 Education Act raise?
School leaving age to 14.
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women. During the war, many women had been employed in the factories, giving them a wage and therefore a certain degree of independence.

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The experiences during the War influenced British society, who in inparticular?

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1918.

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1928.

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School leaving age to 14.

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