The War That Saved My Life Setting

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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One-Room Flat in London

This one-room flat in London is the opening setting for the novel. Ada has spent most of her life trapped by her Mum in this one room because she has a clubfoot. Ada leaves the apartment with her brother when she makes the decision to disobey her Mam and go with her brother to evacuate to the country.

Kent Town Hall

Kent town hall is the place the evacuees were taken after they got off the train. It is at the town hall where the people come to choose which children they wish to keep. Ada and Jamie are left standing in town hall after everyone leaves because no one wants them. Ada later returns to this town hall after the soldiers from Dunkirk are brought to Kent and the hall is set up like a makeshift hospital.

Susan Smith’s House

Lady Thorton takes...

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