Conscription in the First World War – Worksheet (3 Levels of Differentiation)

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Conscription in the First World War

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Conscription was introduced by the British during the First World War. This meant that all men of fighting age had to join the armed forces unless they were medically unfit, or in a reserved profession. Those who refused to join the armed forces on moral grounds are known as conscientious objectors. This differentiated worksheet outlines the reasons why Conscription was introduced and the way in which it was implemented. It includes the required information and tasks to be used as a standalone resource or as a homework activity.

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