Consequences of War

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Title: Consequences of War
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Subject: American History
Date: November 13, 2000
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Due to the area covered by the British Empire during the war 2.5 million colonial troops were provided to fight against Germany, therefore in general the British colonies predominance over the rest of the world remained intact. In Britain, the war caused a minor redistribution of income, mainly due to progressive taxation also due to flat-rate pay increases for manual workers narrowed some pay differences...
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After 1921 the inequalities widened again, however in families where the wage earner was employed, the incidence of poverty had notably diminished.¬ Most manual working-class wages kept pace with inflation and in 1919 - 1920 working hours were cut substantially, for those out of work, unemployment insurance was extended to cover two-thirds of the male labour workers in 1920...
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