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Major remembers World War II Evacuees

I remember when girls and boys, who missed their friends and their toys, had to make the best of change, even if it did feel strange... They left their homes and families, and were sent away as evacuees... Where they were going, they didn't know - why, all this reminds me of long ago...
BY Major

Searching his 1,000-year memory, Major the wise old oak tree remembers how during the Second World War, children were evacuated to the safety of the countryside, to escape the bombing in the cities.

He begins to tell Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws about life for children during The Blitz and children’s lives changed when they left their families to move away…