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Resources on WW2 and memory interviews.    Tuesday, 21 September, 1999, 08:39 GMT 09:39 UK BBC News Online has delved into the BBC Archives for eyewitness accounts of the day when war broke out. When the clock struck 11 Chamberlain's speech Veterans and civilians reflect on how they felt after hearing the prime minister's broadcast. http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/430000/video/_430152_heard_about2_vi.ram I n the months leading up to the outbreak of the war many thousands of children were evacuated to the countryside. Departure from Waterloo BBC Reporter S J de Lotbinière was at Waterloo station to see off hundreds of schoolchildren on September 1, 1939. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/special_report/1999/08/99/world_war_ii/430152.stm "How do you spell 'yokels'?" Charles Gardiner, Clerk of Evesham Rural District Council, remembers looking after evacuees. Britain was at war from  11 o'clock -  Chamberlain made his  radio broadcast at 1115 .
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