I know this is a set homework for you but me giving you the answer wont help in the future.
You need to try find information on the internet, link it with other facts that you found out about England. The information wont be always be dot on from the 1912, so you need to find information and narrow it down.
I know you might not think about the titanic sinking when you think about class system but you can get information from that. Did you see how the rich people had grand rooms, expensive food and so. But the lower class people had bunk beds and were locked on there floor when the boat went down. This shows that people did not care about other humans if they were not wealthy or some thing along that line.
So just be sure to do that for that A in your GCSE.
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Life for women in 1912 was extremely unfair as they were forced to do stuff by there husbands1 and were often bullied into things2 and they had no power to vote or do anything that would change the governments ideas3.
Yes there was a social class system in Ancient Greece but it was not a rigid class system. Every society has a class system. Today society is measured by wealth (and sometimes fame). The President is not in a different class system than Bill Gates, but they are both in a different class system than us. Greece being a warrior society ment that women also had many powers. In Sparta, for example, young boys were sent to training at the age of 7 and only returned at age 30. They received very high honors for diying in battle, and this same honor was given to women who died in child birth. (This says alot about their class system). Specifically, there were the coulcil of elders which concisted of men above the age of 60. Yes, there is. I am a student in middle school and we just finished studying ancient Greece. (Going down) King, soldiers, artisans, shopkeepers, etc., slaves. There you go!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have a good day suck it
It was rubbish.
The winters in the New England colonies were long and snowy unlike the summers.
In 1912 only 20% of the population of Britain were middle class, they would have played games like lawn tennis and snooker. Reading was also popular in 1912. They probably would have had at least one servant and life would have been a lot better than the working class.
Hours were long, Conditions were bad and pay was low. This of course only counts for the real working class but like now there will have being working class people with a job they liked, and got paid well for.
they lived like hell !!!!!! wat do u think they in in luxury
The upper class citizens of 1912 were quite contented with their lives, until the industrial uprise (many strikes and demands made by labourers) and the titanic then WW1 etc. there was a class divide like we havnt seen since then. Read An Inspector Calls by J.B. priestley x
i dont know i am in class looking for it too
The Titanic sailed from Southampton on 10 April 1912. The weather was fine.
960 dollars but back on the Titanic in 1912 it was like 2 dollars.
Their food was second class. Third class people ate third class food and baggage class people did not eat at all.
Much stricter than they are now. You must remember that in England, a public school is actually a very exclusive private school. A normal school is known as a state school.
Yes Like in Indian caste system modern society had also divisions like poor,Lower middle class, Middle class,upper middle Class, rich,affluent etc.
Life for the poor in 1912 was very tough to go through. They didn't have much money, not enough food and were often treated like they were dirt. They always were on the last of the popularity line and were staged as "third class".