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Postcard - Evacuation Poster - World War II - British - Mothers Children Adverts

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The RAF's first ace was New Zealander 'Cobber' Kain. He destroyed 17 enemy aircraft during the fighting in France before his tragic death in a flying accident.

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SEP 6. 1940 British 'take the bombing in good heart' Air raid warden poster At the beginning of the war Air Raid Wardens were often seen as unnecessarily officious and interfering. Attitudes changed as the bombing became more intense and there were eventually nearly 1.4 million voluntary unpaid wardens.

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Take Your Gas Mask Everywhere, 1939; The public were urged by the government to carry their gas masks at all times, although it was not a legal requirement to do so. Initially, there were instances where workplaces sent home any employees who did not have their masks, and some places of entertainment refused to allow people to enter without them. During the Phoney War period – from 3 September 1939 to 10 May 1940 - many people stopped carrying their gas masks.

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The British Expeditionary Force (bef) in France 1939-1940 The 'Phoney' War, October 1939 - May 1940: British soldiers visit the site of the former 'No Man's Land' of the First World War battlefield at Vimy.

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