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BLackouts and Air Raids During WW2
The blackouts and raids were a very tough experience during the war.It was very tough going about your daily business throughout them. It became difficult and easy to forget to put out your hall light if someone knocked on your door. To black out the light from my house, my mother and father used to put up black curtains or put up brown paper against the windows. If people failed to do this, wardens would go about shouting "Put that light out!!" If you got too many warnings this could lead to a heavy fine.
Normal things like walking home from school became very difficult during the winter…
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