What Was Life like during World War One?

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During WW1, people had to cover up their windows at night with black material to prevent German bombers from targeting homes and street lights were turned off so everything was in darkness. During the Blitz, people had to hide underground or in Anderson shelters to be safe from bombing. Many women worked in factories making ammunition while men had to enlist to the armed forces making it a tough time for family units.
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