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Maintaining class distinction

December 03, 2016 05:31PM
That is correct. But in many ways, the war FORCED the classes to mix in ways they hadn't before--particularly on the battlefield. Also, women moved into roles unthinkable just a few years before (like Margaret and Sarah 'serving' soldiers). The war was the beginning of the end of the rigid class system in Britain.
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Darcy's Hope at Donwell Abbey, A WW1 P&P Companion Ch 24-25

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Maintaining class distinction

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