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Britain's Coverage of Evacuating Children Throughout the Second World War people's attitudes and reactions towards evacuation changed. There were both negative and positive experiences to the 3 main groups I am going to discuss, the evacuated children, their parents and their foster parents. For those children at the beginning of the Second World War, Evacuation was regarded as one big adventure, and the children treated it rather as a playoff match. Their opinions however began to opportunity, for on the 3rd September most children were evacuated, most were sent to the countryside in the expectation that they would be protected from the anticipated bombs and gas attacks. The evacuation was organized via the schools and entire courses, even entire schools had been evacuated together. Lots of the children believed really did believe it was an exciting adventure and good to get out of the city and see parts of Britain that they'd never normally get the chance to see and explore. " My young sister and I had been evacuated to Ipswich about the first of September 1939. I can not actually remember the trainings but I do remember being on the train in Ilford Station and coming in Ipswich. We were actually very excited, I could remember my sister saying she was desperate to explore and also see more of our country. We were taken to some church hall that I believe and then were allowed to have some of the goodies from the bag we had all been awarded!! (I remember there have been custard cream biscuits and a tin of corned beef and that I feel a few chocolate but what else I've forgotten though I do remember the brown paper carrier bag it had been in!) It was all made out to be rather exhi...