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Blackout - London—15 September 1940 Summary & Analysis

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London—15 September 1940 Summary

As the bomb shelter starts to clear out, Mrs. Rickett tells Polly that she has a room to rent in a boardinghouse. The room is very small and her rations don't start until the following day, but Polly takes the room so she doesn't waste any more time looking for a place to stay. After renting the room, she heads out to look for something to eat and decides she should go sightseeing before the bombs drop. Polly ends up sneaking into St. Paul's, even though it is closed to the public because they are clearing out an unexploded bomb nearby.

London—15 September 1940 Analysis

It is ironic that the historians know what is going to happen but the people that surround them are living it firsthand. It does give the historian a leg up, however. In Polly's situation...

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