Why Were Children Evacuated in Britain?

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Children were evacuated in Britain at the start of World War Two. They had to endure rationing, gas mask lessons and living with strangers. However, the evacuation of children depended to an extent on which social strata you were in at that time.
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because there were bombings from the Germans in England so to keep children safe their parents sent them away.
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The children of Britain were evacuated out of the major cities out into the countryside far away from potential bombing. There were hundreds of thousands of children evacuated out
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In World War Two, the evacuated children were dispersed
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That is variable. Some children were evacuated for the duration of the war. While some drifted back. You have to remember that before Hitlers spring offensive began, there was a six
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