INFLUENCE OF THE
WARS
P1,M1
INFLUENCE OF THE WAR:
• In 1916, the Olympics were cancelled.
• This was because there was a lack of participants
due to a...
BETWEEN 2 WORLD WARS:
• The upper class went back to doing leisure activities
(tennis, golf, cricket) and going on holiday...
WORLD WAR 2:
• Sporting activities were stopped.
• This was because all the participants were being
trained to battle.
• S...
PE IN SCHOOL WAS INFLUENCED
BY THE ARMY:
• The training that the troops used to go to war was
brought into PE lessons.
• A...
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2010 influence of the wars

  1. 1. INFLUENCE OF THE WARS P1,M1
  2. 2. INFLUENCE OF THE WAR: • In 1916, the Olympics were cancelled. • This was because there was a lack of participants due to amount of deaths in WW1.
  3. 3. BETWEEN 2 WORLD WARS: • The upper class went back to doing leisure activities (tennis, golf, cricket) and going on holiday. • Working class went back to watching football and dog racing.
  4. 4. WORLD WAR 2: • Sporting activities were stopped. • This was because all the participants were being trained to battle. • So everyone was focused on the war. • This was the ‘war effort’.
  5. 5. PE IN SCHOOL WAS INFLUENCED BY THE ARMY: • The training that the troops used to go to war was brought into PE lessons. • All around the country military drills were introduced to PE. • This also encouraged youngsters to get involved in PE.

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