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Propaganda 1914-18
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Propaganda 1914-18*
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Soon after war broke out in 1914, the British government realised that this new war would have many fronts. One of these fronts was public opinion - without the support of the people there was no way to win the war.

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In this gallery you will investigate how and why the British government invested a huge amount of time, money and effort into getting across its message to its own people and people outside Britain. You will also consider how effective the government's efforts were.

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the*big question*in this gallery is
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How effective was propaganda in Britain in the 1914-18 war?
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The Big Question is too big to tackle in one go, so we have broken it up into smaller sections called case studies.
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Click on the Big Question button above for a worksheet that will show you how to use the case studies and how to organise your work.
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