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Women at War The Home Front. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Aug 16, Angela rated it it was ok. Quite a basic book full of facts that frankly most people would know anyway. If there were more actual children's tales of the home front it would have made the book far more interesting, but unfortunately it wasn't to be.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. In Yorkshire, the Hickling family children pose for the camera and show how they put on their gas masks, the older sister helping the younger one to fasten the straps. In the South West, the Parriss family children appear to enjoy growing vegetables as part of the new Dig for Victory campaign and show another practical use for their gas masks: wearing them whilst tending to a bonfire.
The war at home also brought new dangers for children.
World War 2 : Australia's involvement: Homefront
The film As Easy as A-B-C shows how the introduction of road safety measures for children became an even greater necessity during the war-time black-out. For many children though, certain activities continued almost untouched by the war. Christmas celebrations, outings and entertainment carried on as much as possible.