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AIR RAID SHELTERS OF THE SECOND WORD WAR Family Stories of Survival in the Blitz

Family Stories of Survival in the Blitz  
This fascinating wartime social history accounts the establishment and use of Air Raid shelters in Britain during the Blitz of World War II. Chapters cover the nature and locations of the raids, the diversity of shelters and the 'culture' and nostalgia of shelter life. The author looks at contemporary developments such as urban archeology, and collecting as well as the design of shelters including public shelters, and the Anderson air raid shelters in people gardens.
The book includes a wealth of material collected from people who experienced shelter life. Much of this material covers regional accounts of major wartime events and mainly looks at the following cities: London Sheffield, Hull, Liverpool, Plymouth and Coventry.As well as first hand accounts the author uses many different primary sources to tell this history including memoirs, official publications and general historical works.


Product Code: 25321
Author: Stephen Wade
ISBN: 9781848843271
Format: Hardback 240 pages Illustrated Published Price £19.99
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