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What was the lifestyle of civilians in England during World War 2?

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2009-09-14 18:08:50
2009-09-14 18:08:50

A lot of children, if not all, were sent to the country. They were safe here from the bombs. This was very sad as most mmothers did not want to be separated from their children. The women would work in factorys. There were lots of air raids and bombs. ONe day there was a building the next, there was a mess of rubble. Loads of people died, many people died of starvation, The food was rationed. Thanks to food rationing people in Britain were NOT starving.

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