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Major sets the scene of London during The Blitz

Factories and houses were blown to bits. A terrible time in was known as The Blitz... Air raid sirens let people know, if bombers were coming and it was time to go... Most people hid in the Underground, the safest places that could be found... But with bombs and rockets falling night and day, the Government said children should all move away...
BY Major

Our 1,000-year-old guide, Major, remembers back to the beginning of the Second World War. He paints a picture of life for those who lived and worked in London…

In our second story, we felt that Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws must handle a complex and sensitive theme, as a proof of concept and to test the appropriateness and effectiveness of the rhyming narrative.

And we’ve definitely been proved right! Evacuees is a fantastic story which touches on many major themes from the Second World War: Hitler’s rise to power and invasion of European territories, The Blitz, the Battle of Britain, rationing, the bombing of the Rhur valley dams, and war’s devastating conclusion, coupled with the sense of loss, separation, and sacrifice, experienced by the main characters.

Evacuees is a compelling follow-up story for Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws and perfectly demonstrates the value and scope of the concept.

So come with us and explore, a thousand years of history, and more…