A file of documents relating to the British government's evacuation plans. Subjects covered in the file include transport, food, healthcare, and welfare provisions for evacuees; potential difficulties in evacuation; accommodation for billeting; the attitude of parents towards the evacuation of their children; the closure of schools; and compulsory evacuation. Other subjects discussed include the definition of priority classes; gardening work for evacuees to assist in home food production; the need to evacuate priority classes from vulnerable industrial areas; living conditions in the billets; and a proposal to prosecute parents for concealing children from evacuation or returning children to evacuated areas. Documents in the file include statistical data of the numbers of potential evacuees, schoolchildren, and accommodation available in reception areas for billeting; a discussion of evacuation and reception areas; and a discussion of informing parents and teachers of evacuation procedures to help schoolchildren to prepare.
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