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1 Presentation to Air Raid Wardens (1939) 3
2 Citizens of Seaham who lost their lives in bombing raids 33
3 Sale of Anderson and Morrison air raid shelters by Seaham UDC (1947) 26
4 More families join the squatters near St Mary's Vicarage (1946) 30
5 Seaham squatters occupy searchlight battery near Seaham Hall crossing (1946) 29
6 HMS Seaham to visit Seaham (1945) 28
7 The war record of HMS Seaham is remembered (1945) 32
8 Summary of air raid casualties at Seaham (1944) 31
9 RAF plane crashes at Slingley Hill (1944) 35
10 Investigation into attendance of Land Army Girls (1944) 27
11 Captain Lawrence Bruce Anderson awarded the MBE for exceptional courage (1944) 30
12 Protests at shortage of fish and vegetables at Seaham (1943) 29
13 Nine Seaham Harbour schools damaged by enemy action since May (1943) 26
14 "Alert Monkey" on HMS Seaham (1943) 28
15 Proposal to form a "Land Club" at Seaham (1943) 31
16 Two camps arranged for the Seaham Air Training Corps (1943) 30
17 British Restaurant in Adelaide Row to open (1942) 32
18 Anderson Shelters supplied to Seaham householders in WW2 39
19 "Put that light out" (1941) 33
20 USA gifts mobile snack bar to Seaham ARP's (1941) 29
 
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