Two days after war was declared a bill passed through Parliament for a National Register, which was explained to the general public as being a way for the British Government to control manpower and to maximise the economy. With many children being … Continue reading
Monday September 11th Germany attacks Warsaw and troops are retired to the outskirts. Polish broadcasts are still continuing from the capital despite Nazi interference on the same wave length. In the South of Poland the German advance aimed at Lvov … Continue reading
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When Britain went to war in 1914 many reasons were advanced for the tremendous step. The Primary cause of the War, or course, was the invasion of Belgium, whose integrity and independence we had been pledged to defend since the … Continue reading
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