ARP And Civil Defence in the Second World War (Shire Library)

By: Doyle, Peter

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New York USA: Shire Library, 2010. 64 pages, index, colour photographs throughout. In 1938, Britain prepared for war, and to spread the word about what should be done in the event of attack, and to distribute the gas masks that would become universal, a body of men and women were called to public service - the Air Raid Precautions, or 'ARP'. As the war progressed, so did the volunteer 'army' of Civil Defence. It became sophisticated, and Britons became familiar with living in the front line. The fire services were nationalized to create the National Fire Service (NFS), and in 1941 The Fire Guard was established. The ARP became truly a 'home army' of non-combatants - the Civil Defence, and this bookis its story. . First Edition. Soft Cover. New/No Jacket.

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