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1 The Green Man pub (1941) 777
2 6th June 1944 - D Day 353
3 Air raid shelters completed at three Seaham schools (1939) 407
4 Funeral of Corp Frederick Keen - one of original members of Home Guard (1942) 388
5 Captain Brett and his experiences in HMS Seaham 551
6 Recruiting for Anti-Aircraft Post in Seaham (1939) 462
7 Seaham is in readiness for war (1939) 484
8 Fined for not obscuring lights (1939) 500
9 Russian cannon moved from Terrace Green to Council yard (1940) 1418
10 Seaham Intermediate Girls School makes clothes for war effort (1942) 557
11 Presentation to Air Raid Wardens (1939) 538
12 Citizens of Seaham who lost their lives in bombing raids 716
13 Sale of Anderson and Morrison air raid shelters by Seaham UDC (1947) 554
14 More families join the squatters near St Mary's Vicarage (1946) 525
15 Seaham squatters occupy searchlight battery near Seaham Hall crossing (1946) 548
16 HMS Seaham to visit Seaham (1945) 567
17 The war record of HMS Seaham is remembered (1945) 533
18 Summary of air raid casualties at Seaham (1944) 575
19 RAF plane crashes at Slingley Hill (1944) 644
20 Investigation into attendance of Land Army Girls (1944) 492
 
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