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An issue that caused significant worries for the British Government in 1918 and 1919. After they realised that the promise made by Prime Minister David Lloyd George that they would be demobilised extremely quickly after the war. This was one of the critical promises made in the 1918 General Election. In 1919 there were over 50 soldiers mutinies and 100,000 soldiers refused to obey orders.

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