Back in time for school
Started by Chris Mitchell, 14th February 2019 22:17 in Talk & Chat

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    Has anyone been watching this series? They've taken a group of current day schoolkids (all pretty middle class, by the looks of them) and put them through mock lessons from Victorian times up to the current day. There were some surprising things - for instance, in late Victorian times, boys and girls were taught in mixed classes, and taught the same subjects. Then in the early 1900s, they decided girls shouldn't be learning science, and segregated the schools.

    Anyway, the episode I watched on catch up tonight was the interwar period. One interesting fact is that at the outbreak of WWII, we imported 75% of our food.
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    Has anyone been watching this series? They've taken a group of current day schoolkids (all pretty middle class, by the looks of them) and put them through mock lessons from Victorian times up to the current day. There were some surprising things - for instance, in late Victorian times, boys and girls were taught in mixed classes, and taught the same subjects. Then in the early 1900s, they decided girls shouldn't be learning science, and segregated the schools.

    Anyway, the episode I watched on catch up tonight was the interwar period. One interesting fact is that at the outbreak of WWII, we imported 75% of our food.
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    Anyway, the episode I watched on catch up tonight was the interwar period. One interesting fact is that at the outbreak of WWII, we imported 75% of our food.
    Thus, the need for rationing.
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    Has anyone been watching this series? They've taken a group of current day schoolkids (all pretty middle class, by the looks of them) and put them through mock lessons from Victorian times up to the current day. There were some surprising things - for instance, in late Victorian times, boys and girls were taught in mixed classes, and taught the same subjects. Then in the early 1900s, they decided girls shouldn't be learning science, and segregated the schools.

    Anyway, the episode I watched on catch up tonight was the interwar period. One interesting fact is that at the outbreak of WWII, we imported 75% of our food.
    And we did it without the eu.
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    Thus, the need for rationing.
    Many farm hands and other food manufacturers were forcibly called up into the Forces.
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    Frey Bentos corned beef from Argentina......scrumptious.
    That lot killed British troops, you traitor
    I'm a low educated, total guttersnipe, dim witted moron.

 


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