SPRINGFIELD IN WARTIME: EVERYDAY LIFE IN AN ESSEX VILLAGE, AUGUST 1941
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In the corner of the tap room of the Tulip Inn in Springfield, at 9pm on 24 August 1941, locals listen to the wireless through a loudspeaker to Churchill making a speech following his Atlantic Conference with President Roosevelt. In the background, ARP Warden Wellam is a representative of the factory worker inhabitants of Springfield.
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