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A file of government correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, and newspaper clippings relating to the British government's plans for the evacuation of schoolchildren. Subjects covered in the file include the attitude of parents toward the evacuation of their children; billeting provisions for child evacuees; the concern over transport provisions for child evacuees from private schools; and food provisions for child evacuees, including the continuation of school meals and milk during the holidays. Other subjects discussed include complaints by Welsh nationalists that the designation of South Wales as a reception area for English evacuees was a threat to Welsh language and culture; and the concern over congestion of evacuees in coastal areas. Documents in the file include clippings from The Manchester Guardian and the newspaper of the National Union of Teachers concerning the welfare of child evacuees; and letters concerning the position of The Times on provisions for child evacuees.
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