life after ww1

Britain after the war

Vast crowds gathered in London’s Trafalgar Square to celebrate the victorious end of the First World War on 11 November 1918. However, the joyous mood was short-lived. Post-war Britain, as many contemporary observers noted, did not seem like a country that had just experienced a great military triumph. Various political, economic and social problems ensured that the return to peacetime conditions was not a soft landing.

  1. It must have been difficult for the survivors who faced another kind of challenge of life after ww1.

  2. Yes, and those men returning ho were not ‘Ticketed’ would have no job to return to, and there was no welfare support in those days.

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