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|MIL-OSI Global: Carols, ration books and bomb shelters: how Britain celebrated Christmas in 1940
– By Tim Luckhurst, Principal of South College, Durham University. At Christmas 1939, Britons had been able to maintain a semblance of normality. The blackout prevented displays of lighted Christmas trees in front windows, but there was no rationing and Britain’s key ally, France, remained unconquered behind the allegedly impregnable Maginot Line.
Posted: 2020-12-23 20:33:00
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