The First World War 6
Lloyd George introduced rationing to deal with food shortages during the war.

The First World War 6

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Many soldiers suffered from shell shock in the First World War. History tells us that at the outbreak of the First World War, the German army executed a modified version of the Schlieffen Plan, designed to quickly attack France through Belgium before turning southwards to encircle the French army on the German border.

1.
Who became British Prime Minister in 1916 and changed the course of the war?
Andrew Bonar Law
David Lloyd George
Henry Campbell-Bannerman
Herbert Asquith
He was thought of as the man who won the war
2.
Lloyd George used what idea to get food into Britain?
Conscripts
Convoys
Envoys
Reconnaissance
Ships were protected by armed naval escorts
3.
Why was Germany suffering food shortages by 1918?
A farmers' strike
All the farmers had been killed in the war
Allied blockade of German ports
Heavy winter snowfalls
4.
Who was British Commander-in-Chief on the Western Front?
Earl Haig
Earl Kitchener
Earl Mountbatten
Earl Thompson
5.
War destroyed what system in Germany and Russia?
Education system
Healthcare system
System of monarchy
Transport system
6.
Who took power in Russia in 1917?
Lenin
Molotov
Stalin
Tolstoy
7.
Lloyd George introduced what, to deal with food shortages?
Allotments
Cookery classes
Mini-supermarkets
Rationing
8.
1917 saw a large-scale mutiny by which army?
Belgian
French
German
Italian
Many of the men had simply had enough!
9.
Soldiers' mental illness caused by war was called what?
Combat confusion
Fight fright
Shell shock
Trench terror
10.
The final ceasefire in 1918 was called what?
Aramis
Armament
Armistead
Armistice
We still have Armistice Sunday or Remembrance Sunday each November
Author:  Jan Crompton

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