What Was Dora?


DORA was an act of parliament that guided the citizens in Britain during the First World War. The act outlined what the residents of Britain would do and what they were forbidden to do during that period. DORA was an acronym for Defence of the Realm Act.
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The Defence of the Realm Act (DORA) is an act of 1914 that governed all lives in Britain during world war one. It was added as the war progressed and it listed everything that people were not allowed to do in time of war. The government introduced more acts to DORA as the war continued and evolved.
Dora or Al Dura is a neighbourhood in the Rasheed administrative district in South Baghdad, Iraq and it is known to be for the most part Sunni, hundreds of Christian, Shia and Mandaic people h ran away ever since late 2006 because of the Islamist control.
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