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  • 1. Why was thissource produced?
  • 2. Why was this source produced?
  • 3. How reliable is this source?
  • 4. How useful is this source produced by the governmenthealth committee, in informing you about how theBritish government tried to keep people healthy in the1960s? (8 marks)
  • 5. Women Quiz• At what age did you have to register for work during the War?• How many women worked in 1939?• In 1945 what percentage of women worked in industry or armed forces?• Name three auxiliary services women joined• What profession was regarded as second most important in the war victory behind thesoldiers themselves?• What did most women fear would happen after the war?• Why were older women more keen to work than younger women?• What percentage of women were working in 1947? How did that compare to the 1930s?• What did the government do to encourage women to stay in work after the war?• How did the war change the attitudes of women?• What were the 5 evils Beveridge highlighted in his report in 1947?• Who created the NHS?• When was it created?• How many more prescriptions were given out due to the NHS?• Why were some doctors against the creation of the NHS?• When was the Women’s national conference? What were the four demands they gave?• Before the pill was legal, how many illegal• When was the pill made legal on the NHS?• When could couples get divorced simply because they were unhappy?• What did the matrimonial Property Act do and when was it?

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