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Children and parents often did not recognize one another when they met after their long separations. These were just a few of the issues that compounded the difficulties of the returning evacuees. It is hardly surprising that it was hard for many former evacuees to move on with their lives when they were unable to come to terms with their past.

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The government that had taken years to prepare for the evacuation ignored the warnings of leading child psychologists that these children would need care after the war ended. The government did not collect data to discover the effects on the child evacuees. British children did not learn about the evacuation, nor, until the last two decades, was Operation Pied Piper mentioned in WWII literature. In , these former evacuees received no help.

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Doreen Drewry Lehr , Ph. She married Wayne R. Doreen is also a Francophile who will spend two months in Uzes in the autumn. Check her website to read more about this book. Merci in advance for your support. During your travels to France or elsewhere, please consider MedjetAssist medical emergency evacuation protection. As a MedjetAssist member, if you are hospitalized as an inpatient more than miles from home, you will be transported at your discretion to the hospital of your choice from virtually anywhere in the world—at no additional cost.

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The government that had taken years to prepare for the evacuation ignored the warnings of leading child psychologists that these children would need care after the war ended. The government did not collect data to discover the effects on the child evacuees. British children did not learn about the evacuation, nor, until the last two decades, was Operation Pied Piper mentioned in WWII literature. In , these former evacuees received no help.

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The attitude of war weary post-war Britain: Today, British parents adamantly state that they would never let their children go alone to live with strangers and question how evacuee parents could have been so heartless. It is easy to judge societal behavior through the prism of hindsight and an era of heightened awareness. Contemporary parents do not fear they will go hungry if they cannot work. They have numerous social programs to protect them if they lose their jobs.

Given the lack of communication and the difficulty of their decisions, we should congratulate rather than condemn these wartime parents for their sacrifices and for their courage. Also, as children they were not to blame for those separations and that the effects of the evacuation can last a lifetime. Doreen Drewry Lehr , Ph. She married Wayne R. Check her website to read more about this book. Merci in advance for your support.

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