Wartime children 1939-1945

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Statementby E. Allen.
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The Children's War: Evacuation - Kindle edition by Inglis, Ruth. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Children's War: Evacuation /5(3).

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Ruth Cited by: 9. The Story of the Second World War for Children shows the impact of the war on the lives of the people who lived through it, from children evacuated to the countryside, to bombed-out cities and civilians working in munitions' factories, and the soldiers fighting on land, sea and air.

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Evacuation: The Children's War Book Binding:Hardback. Book Condition:GOOD. World of Books USA was founded in All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. " See all Item description. Although many schools were evacuated during the war, others chose to stay open and 'make the best of it', converting cellars and basements, as shown in this photograph, into makeshift classrooms.

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The adult ration book above shows the foods that were put 'on ration' when the government introduced rationing in January Everyone was supplied with their own ration book, even children.

People then had to register with a local shopkeeper, and could only buy rationed goods if they had enough coupons. The Story of the Second World War for Children shows the impact of the war on the lives of the people who lived through it, from children evacuated to the countryside, to bombed-out cities and civilians working in munitions' factories, and the soldiers fighting on land, sea and air.

This book also looks at how the war led to major advances in technology, medicine and weaponry. This book was intended for young adults and above, and depicts the instability of evacuation life. The Children's War: Evacuation By: Rut h Inglis Published in Topics- Secondary sources, Domestic and international evacuations This book focuses mainly on the first wave of evacuation of million children and mothers of infants.

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