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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evacuations_of_civilians_in_Britain_during_World_War_II

The evacuation of civilians in Britain during the Second World War was designed to protect people, especially children, from the risks associated with aerial bombing of cities by moving them to areas thought to be less at risk. Operation Pied Piper, which began on 1 September 1939, officially relocated 1.5 million people. There were further waves of official evacuation and re-evacuation from ...

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Evacuees in World War Two - the True Story ... The evacuation of Britain's cities at the start of World War Two was the biggest and most concentrated mass movement of people in Britain's history ...

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Evacuation took place in several waves. The first came on 1 September 1939 - the day Germany invaded Poland and two days before the British declaration of war. Over the course of three days 1.5 million evacuees were sent to rural locations considered to be safe.

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Although some evacuees didn’t enjoy their evacuation, many of the children adapted really well to country life. They became friends with the local children and, in many cases, stayed in touch with their host family after the end of World War 2. It wasn’t just children who were evacuated.

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A short film of my mother talking about her experience as a young child being evacuated out of London to the British countryside.

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A mixture of photos and video clips of children being taken out of London during World War II. Skip navigation ... Evacuation of children during the World War II ... Evacuation - Duration: 2:58.

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They were evacuated again when heavy bombing raids started in the autumn of 1940 - The Blitz - and then again later, in 1944, when Germany attacked Britain with V1 Flying Bombs and V2 rockets. How many people were evacuated during the war? By the end of the Second World War around 3.5 million people, mainly children had experienced evacuation.

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The Children's Overseas Reception Board (CORB) was a British government sponsored organisation. The CORB evacuated 2,664 British children from England, so that they would escape the imminent threat of German invasion and the risk of enemy bombing in World War II.This was during a critical period in British history, between July and September 1940, when the Battle of Britain was raging, and ...

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In World War II, the British government enacted Operation Pied Piper to evacuate civilians from the cities in preparation for German air raids. The main focus of these evacuations were children ...

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Operation Pied Piper: The Evacuation of English Children During World War II By Dwight Jon Zimmerman - December 31, 2011 Children of an eastern suburb of London, who have been made homeless by the random bombs of Nazi night raiders, wait outside the wreckage of what was their home, ca. September 1940.