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Watford at War 1939-45

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On the eve of the Second World War, Watford was a growing center for light industry with close connections to London. These two f... Lire la suite
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On the eve of the Second World War, Watford was a growing center for light industry with close connections to London. These two facts would play an important role in how the ensuing conflict impacted on the lives of the people of the town and its neighbors in South-west Hertfordshire. This book puts into context local experiences by exploring how the dangers and sacrifices of war became everyday reality, and how the people responded through their involvement in the war effort as servicemen and women and as civilians.The Second World War was total war. Every aspect of everyday life was a contribution to the war effort and every individual, from small children, to women and the elderly, joined those in active military service in propelling the nation to victory. The thorough exploration in this book of both civilian and military life in the area surrounding Watford brings the reader closer to the experiences of the local population during this time of unprecedented challenges. It is a reflection of the uniqueness of this war in being pervasive on everything individuals and communities engaged with.Local regiments, the Home Guard, women volunteers, the involvement of schools and hospitals, evacuees, conscientious objectors, spies and prisoners of war, all come alive in these pages and tell the story of a town determined to make the most of life and contribute to the common good during the war years. Illustrated with archival and modern photographs, Watford at War 1939-45 is a fascinating read for everyone interested in the social history of the area, as well as readers looking specifically for material on the history of the Second World War at home.

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Titre: Watford at War 1939-45
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Code EAN: 9781473891722
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (epub)
Producteur: Pen and Sword Military
nombre de pages: 160
Parution: 30.04.2019
Taille de fichier: 11.4 MB