The Impact of War In Britain

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History

 

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Bonnie R

 

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October 16, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Between the 1st and 3rd of September over one million people were evacuated, as the government were particularly worried about immediate bombing of built up and industrial areas. The majority of evacuees were children from poorer homes in larger cities. Their lives changed dramatically, they had to move to a whole new world in the country...
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Their lives changed dramatically, they had to move to a whole new world in the country. However, as from September 1939 ? May 1940 was the Phoney War, meaning no bombs were dropped, almost half the evacuees had been returned by the beginning of The Blitz, many of which had to be evacuated again. Mothers could accompany children under 5, but any child older then that was housed by foster parents, who received an allowance from the government...
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