Life In England During The 1930's

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Life in England during the 1930’s was the birth of a new age while being one of the hardest time periods to live through. The modern life in England was beginning to soar, but some of the consequences that other families had to go through were catastrophic. Many families have passed down stories of what life was like during this great depression and how it impacted their lives on a direct platform. Though part of the social class was falling, another portion was rising to the top of a new era. The daily lifestyles of the middle class started to change in a way to bring forth a new culture. The new changes in modern culture did not just affect individuals alone, rather it beared a large burden on business owners and authors as well. Many new laws were passed in response to the economic fall. Through all of these new challenges, England was willing to determine if they were ready for a new way of life and to pay the price in doing so.
The modern life in England was beginning to soar, but some of the consequences that other families had to go through were catastrophic. One account is of a young boy named Victor. Victor was a curious child, he was always going for a thrill and would end up hurting himself. Victor never intended
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Poverty and unemployment were at an all time high; however, most car companies and factory workers had a low unemployment rate. The poverty level started to drop as World War 2 came around. During the war, there was a need for factory workers to help make ammunition and means of transportation for the civil defense. This led to a significant decrease in the total number of impoverished people. Most people who were employed were doing very well. Almost every home had a radio and people were starting to see movies at least once a week. This brought a new form of civilization that had not been present before and was adding back to the English
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