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    In the years 1790-1918, the French Wars set the pattern for the contribution made by the populace in subsequent wars: how far do you agree with this statement?

    Not studied this period, but from what I know from A Level History wouldn't you do...


    1 Analytical Paragraph on why the French Wars set the patter for the contribution made by the populace in subsequent wars ( you can also do a counter argument within the argument if you want to undermine it)

    another analytical paragraph for another factor

    another analytical paragraph for another factor

    Conclusion - which do you think was the most important (the one which actually set the pattern)

    Hope I helped

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