Read my article here on how kind Canadians helped thousands of evacuees in England during
Extract from a Red Cross message of April Courtesy of M Forster
#WW2 EVACUATION POSTER; DON'T BE YELLOW; In June 1940, this poster was displayed in Guernsey just as17,000 evacuees were leaving for the English coast. It caused confusion and ill feeling. The island was occupied by Germany for 5 years, When the evacuees returned home, many were treated as 'cowards who had run away'. See more at: http://guernseyevacuees.wordpress.com/evacuation/ #BRITISH
The timeline has been created from a set of first hand accounts taken from a variety of people in order to give a clear view of how Guernsey children.
This Liberation postcard was received by the Blampied family in Cheshire just after 9 May Tony Blampied had been just a baby when he evacuated with his mother in June Courtesy of the Blampied family
On 1 September 1939 Operation Pied Piper began. Its aim was to place the children of Britain