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2 edition of Air raid precautions found in the catalog.

Air raid precautions

Northern Ireland. Ministry of Home Affairs.

Air raid precautions

Report of the advisory committee.

by Northern Ireland. Ministry of Home Affairs.

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Published by H.M. Stationery Office in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCmd -- 178, Cmd. (Series) (Northern Ireland) -- 178.
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. ;
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19923511M

Fire Watchers and Fire Guards (WWII) Originally formed under the Air Raid Precautions organisation, (later to become the Civil Defence organisation), were two groups established to add to the overall arrangements for reporting and dealing with small fires caused by air raids, especially those caused or likely to be caused by the hundreds of. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook.

Poole Air Raids and Air Raid Precautions The book is mainly based on the Scrapbook that was kept by Harry Mears from Bournemouth who was appointed Civil Defence Controller for Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch during WW2. New York: British Library of Information, Pamphlet. This Second World War leaflet describes Britain’s air raid procedures as part of the British Library of Information’s continued attempt to inform and sway the American people. Though no publication date is stated, WorldCat lists this as a publication, produced before America entered the war.

Air Raid Precautions Handbook Duties of the Air Raid Wardens WW2 Booklet pages Very good condition. Check out my STORE for more items. Happy to combine items to save on postage costs. All items or combined lots that total over $ MUST be sent registered post which will . During the late s, the British government began to prepare the civilian population for war. The Air Raid Wardens Service was set up in Wardens were responsible for reporting incidents, reassuring the public and providing Air Raid Precautions (ARP) advice.


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The book begins with the background of why Air Raid Precautions came into being during the First World War and how an upsurge of totalitarian governments in Europe with war on their minds set Britain looking ever closer at Europe during the ’s and ’s/5(3).

the book was originally written for adults but William books are now sold as children's books. At the time of writing Britain was about to enter into war (World War 2) hence the name Air Raid Precautions.

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ARP [Air Raid Precautions] J.B.S. Haldane. Victor Gollancz: London, PDF facsimile. This book is intended for the ordinary citizen, the sort of man and woman who is going to be killed if Britain is raided again from the air. From the Introduction, British Home Office, "Knowledge about personal protection against gas, both individual and collective, will be of vital importance to members of all air raid precautions services, and to every one else whose duties might involved working or remaining in a gas s: 1.

Air Raid Precautions hints for Housewives, a 28 page handbook dated covering a large number of subjects from shelters to basic First Aid. Air Raid Precautions Note Book (Coll) Cover: Save page Previous: 1 of Next: View Description.

View Image & Text: Download: small (x max) medium (x max) Large. Extra Large. large (> x) Digitized Rare Books and Manuscripts from. Air Raid Precautions. In Septemberthe British prime minister, Stanley Baldwin, published a circular entitled Air Raid Precautions, inviting local authorities to make plans to protect their people in event of a war.

Some towns responded by arranging the building of public air raid shelters. As the dark clouds of war drew closer towards the end ofthe HMSO produced the pamphlet "AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS FOR ANIMALS".

It was a guide to looking after pets during raids. On the back of the pamphlet was an advert for the CASH Captive Bolt gun. Used by vets to kill animals. Prior to and in the beginning months of the war it is.

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Air Raid Precautions Handbook No. 1: Personal Protection Against Gas Issued by the Home Office Published by His Majestys Stationary Office, London (). Air Raid Precautions: Manual of General Training (Fourth Edition) - August, - Issued by the State Emergency Council for Civil Defence, Victoria No Author Stated) Published by H.E.

Daw, Government Printer, Melbourne (). Air Raid Precautions. Few Australian cities had the sort of anti-aircraft defences that protected London during the Blitz of However, Australians prepared for the attack with whatever resources they had to hand.

Volunteer air observers were constantly vigilant and civilians of all ages practiced concealment. Home Office Air Raid Precautions, Anderson Shelter, how to put up, also lots of photos of said shelters after raids and how they saved lives.

Pages 81. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Air Raid Precautions Department. Air raid precautions. Brooklyn, Chemical Pub. Co.,   Log books from the time kept by the Air Raid Precautions (ARP) service say: "Special Report, police report two dinghies full of Germans in the sea.

Seen at Author: KATHRYN CAIN. In the summer ofjust before the outbreak of war, the National Air Raid Precautions Animals Committee (NARPAC) was formed.

It drafted a notice - Advice to Animal Owners. Until there are sufficient volunteers for all air raid precautions services in his area, a warden should do what he can to induce his friends and neighbours to come forward and enrol. The Warden's Position Air raid wardens will form a and important part of every local air raid precautions organisation.

By the outbreak of war there were more than million in the ARP (Air Raid Precautions), or Civil Defence as it was later re-named. The most visible members of the ARP were the air raid wardens.

Home Finding Aids of the Archives and Special Collections Air Raid Precautions Note Book Reference URL Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document. Air Raid Precautions organisations were established in each State of Australia during WW2. Their structure varied from State to State.

In all of the the states were waiting on the release of the National Security Regulations which was part of the documentation supporting the Commonwealth War Book which documented Civil Defence planning.This book brings together for the first time a collection of eight official publications, two about air raid precautions, four public information leaflets and two pamphlets for air raid wardens.

Description: 1 volume (various pagings): illustrations ; 21 cm: Responsibility: edited by Campbell McCutcheon.Read "A.R.P - Air Raid Precautions" by J.

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