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A file of press summaries relating to British wartime society. Subjects covered in the file include the internment of enemy aliens, including Germans and Austrians; the prosecution of offences during blackouts, including looting; attacks by the Irish Republican Army; a libel case by the Trades Union Congress against the Daily Worker; the internment of British Fascists; the work of A.R.P. services; punishments for anti-war activities, including fines and imprisonment; volunteers for home defence; and the Workmen's Compensation Bill. Other subjects discussed include differentiation between foreign nationals by categories including social status, class, occupation, political alignment, and wealth; defence regulations; local elections; restrictions on non-enemy aliens; the checking of identity papers; national morale; restrictions on entertainment including sports; an appeal for recruits; the recruitment of child labour; the evacuation of children; public sentiment against aliens and refugees; censorship; and British Summer Time.
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