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1

What did Sybil Morrison remember about the first zeppelin attacks on Germany?

The British were happy and daring

2

Who was Vera Brittain and what did she remember about the end of the war?

She was a nurse in the Red Cross and she wrote how well people were treated and how they cheered when the war was over

3

What happened to Jews in 1917?

There were attacks on them in Leeds and London

4

What did Ernest Ceeper write about the Kaiser?

'Kaiser in effigy... which tied... and burnt'

5

What does Article 231 and the ToV show?

Britain didn't want to be too harsh

6

Who was Richard Naschhe and what happened to him?

He was a German living in Britain with his British wife of 25 years. In 1915 he was sent to an internment camp in London and whenever soldiers passed he was 'threatened in the most frightful manner'