A file relating to the British government's evacuation scheme. Subjects covered in the file include accommodation, healthcare, food, transport, and clothing provisions for child evacuees; financial compensation for householders; emergency procedures for the evacuation of children; housing for expectant mothers; and school closures. Documents in the file include a discussion of the National Registration Scheme to identify child evacuees; a discussion of raising teachers' salaries to the level of civil servants; a discussion of notice periods for parents to prepare their children for evacuation; and statistical tables on the number of people evacuated. Other subjects discussed include the issue of parents wishing to return their children to evacuated areas during the holidays; the prospect for radio broadcasts to inform teachers and parents of evacuation procedures; volunteering by women in the billets to assist in domestic work; military exemptions for teachers; and voluntary work by teachers as air raid wardens.
accommodation, administration, agriculture, air force personnel, air raids, air-raid precautions, air-raid wardens, allowances, ambulances, amenities, autumn, bedding, bicycles, billeting, blindness, buses, camps, canning, childcare, children, Christmas, cinemas, cities, civil defence, civil service, civilian casualties, clothing, coastal areas, committee members, communal feeding, communications, compensation, compulsory evacuation, conferences, conscription, contingency planning, coupons, demographics, dentists, diabetes, disability, disease, distribution, doctors, domestic equipment, domestic work, drainage, Easter, education, emergency procedures, emigration, employment, empty houses, epilepsy, evacuable areas, evacuation, evacuees, family, finance, fire prevention, fires, food preparation, food supplies, foster parents, fuel, gardens, government committees, grants, health services, healthcare, heating, holidays, horses, hospitals, hot water, householders, housing, impetigo, industrial workers, industry, infants, infrastructure, inspections, labour supply, laundry, livestock, local authorities, marriage, maternity, meals, mental health, metals, midwives, mothers, motor vehicles, municipal buildings, munitions, munitions industry, newspapers, nurses, old age, overcrowding, parents, pediculosis, petrol, police, population distribution, poverty, prices, priority classes, private education, propaganda, public health, public morale, public transport, publicity, radio, radio broadcasts, railway stations, railways, reception areas, recreation, religious buildings, reserve stocks, reserved occupations, retirement, ringworm, roads, royalty, rural areas, sanitation, scabies, school meals, school-leaving age, schools, sewerage, social class, standard of living, state education, statistics, summer, surveys, teachers, telegraphic communications, telephonic communications, threat of invasion, timber, towns, traffic, transportation, unaccompanied evacuees, unemployment, vaccination, villages, voluntary evacuation, voluntary organisations, volunteers, wages, wastage, water supply, weather, welfare, widowhood, winter, wives