It was one of the largest social upheavals of modern times. At the start of the Second World War, more than three million British children were evacuated from cities into the countryside.
Today, at their annual reunion, a few dozen wartime evacuees have been remembering how they were sent away from Southampton. Richard Slee reports.
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