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Blackout - Warwickshire—December 1939 Summary & Analysis

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Warwickshire—December 1939 Summary

Eileen, one of the servants from the manor, escorts Theodore, one of the child evacuees to the train station. Eileen is waiting for the train to London, so she can send Theodore back to his mother. While they are waiting for the train, two of the other children pop up, Binnie and Alf, who are brother and sister. Binnie and Alf are also child evacuees that are staying at the manor. They are also troublemakers.

When the train arrives, Eileen hands Theodore over to one of the soldiers on the train. With his gas mask and his address around a paper hanging on his neck, Eileen asks the soldier to make sure that he gets to London and meets his mother. The vicar comes along looking for Binnie and Alf, who have put a snake in the headmistresses' gas...

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