Seaham and World War 2

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1 Appeal for recruits to new AA Battery (Sept 1939) 5
2 Government price for billeting soldiers (1939) 69
3 Members of the Armed Forces killed in WW2 72
4 Citizens of Seaham who lost their lives in bombing raids 82
5 WW2 deaths in Seaham 80
6 Rationing in World War 2 84
7 Opening of British Restaurant at Deneside (1943) 84
8 HMS Seaham pulls destroyer off Libyan beach (1943) 103
9 Lord Londonderry invites Hitler's henchman to his Co Down home 108
10 The Londonderry Herr: Lord londonderry and the appeasemen of Nazi Germany 92
11 Lord Londonderry courted the Nazis in the 1930's 93
12 Air Raids over Seaham and the North East of England 171
13 Obituary of Peter Henry - New Seaham Shopkeeper awarded the DCM 109
14 WVS Roll of Honour 1939-1945 112
15 Roll of Honour of citizens of Seaham who lost their lives in the bombings of WW2 115
16 Air Raid over Seaham 16th May 1943_ Viceroy, Sophia and Adolphus Streets hit 148
17 Air Raid over Dawdon 15th August 1940 111
18 The Seaham family saved by a miracle in the Battle of Britain over Seaham 120
19 Story of an Air Raid by Rev James Duncan, Vicar of Dawdon 383
20 Letter to town of Seaham from stokers on HMS Seaham (January 1942) 115
 
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