How Were Minorities Affected During Ww1?


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Socially there was a great revolution during WWI. The class distinctions became blurred and the gap between rich and poor decreased. This was because everyone was mobilized to go to war or to work for the war effort. In some parts, the poor even led a better life than before the war broke out.
Women were also greatly affected. Because they were made to work, they became more independent and started to not be recognized as minorities. Once the war ended, several countries even gave women the right to vote. Those included Britain, Germany, and Austria.

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