By Martin Brayley, Malcolm McGregor
Если государству угрожает уничтожение, то о демократии и свободе личности нужно забыть. Население Британии было мобилизовано для поддержки военных усилий в масштабах, невиданных для любой другой Западной демократии. Долгие рабочие смены, нехватка продовольствия и других товаров, и полного государственного контроля над повседневной жизнью. Большинство мужчин и женщин были мобилизованы или добровольно выполняли дополнительные работы за пределами их официальных обязанностей.
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Of the AFS. The latter wears the greatcoat (the AFS area title on the breast Is cut off by the crop of the photo), and the popular private purchase Fleld Service cap In dark blue and red. 49 Women's Voluntary Service volunteers cooking up hot meals for bombed-out famllles. The WVS undertook a staggering variety of tasks In supporting the war effort, rightly warranting their later royal recognition. The contribution made by the V\'VS is often o\·crlooked in casual histories; but 241 members died on duty, and awards included fiye George Medals, two British Empire Medals and 78 Empire awards.
M·ember alone 4,588 British ci,·ilians were killed and 6,202 injured. Between 7 September 1940 and 10 ~lay 1941 the capital and other cities 29 An ARP demolition worker hands over the remains of a shattered 'wlreleu set' to the unfortunate occupants of a demolished home - perhaps some of the valuable radio valves can be reused. Every effort was made to salvage as much property as poulble, but the widespread problem of looting of valuables from bomb sites was never overcome, despite public condemnation.
Caused the war's last ch·ilian death attributable to enemY action. ~ weapon. This was a 'supergun · with a -lOOft smooth bore barrel capable of sending T5 rounds an hour out to a range of 100 miks. The first of 30 planned sites was built on a hillside at \I imoyecques, less than 95 miles from London; a second was destr