History OCR British depth study

A little quiz on the British depth study history exam paper 2 for the OCR exam board. Includes:

- Liberal reforms

- Women and the vote

- Britain during the war

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  • Created by: Joanne
  • Created on: 14-06-12 16:21
What reform was created in 1906?
Free school meals
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Who came into power in 1916 as Prime Minister?
Lloyd George
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How many people were in poverty according to Booth and Rowntree?
30%
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How old did you have to be in order to receive a pension?
over 70
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What was the 1909 Budget needed for?
Pay for reforms
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What was Lloyd George called by those who opposed him?
Taffy
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When was the Poor Law?
1834
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Who was the leader of the NUWSS?
Millicent Fawcett
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What does WSPU stand for?
Women's Social and Political Union
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When was the Mud March?
Feb 1907
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Who fled to Paris in 1912 because the WSPU headquarters were invaded?
Christabel Pankhurst
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When did women gain the vote and what was the minimum age permitting women to vote?
1918, 30
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Who came into power in 1916 as Prime Minister?

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Lloyd George

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How many people were in poverty according to Booth and Rowntree?

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Card 4

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How old did you have to be in order to receive a pension?

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Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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What was the 1909 Budget needed for?

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Joanne

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I will add Britain during the war soon.

Frazer Bennett Wilford

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The answer to the Prime Minister question should be 'Henry Campball Bannerman' other than that, very good :) 

Joanne

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Sorry I never added the Britain during the war but it didn't come up anyway!

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