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Bedtime Precautions During WWII

Discussion in 'The Blitz' started by Jim, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. Jim

    Jim Active Member

    Sep 1, 2006
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    A poster issued in 1940 warns civilians of sensible precautions to take before bed. Opening the windows and inner doors reduced the blast damage if a bomb went off nearby, water and sand were in case of fire, and the gas mask, clothes and torch were kept handy in case a trip to the air-raid shelter was necessary.


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