|1||Les Wilson was sent to work in a coal mine during WW2, he was one of the Bevin Boys.|
|2||Norman Allcorn on his war time at Bevendean Farm and the families forced removal to Messens Farm at Ninfield.|
|3||Frank Edwards on his days at Bevendean from 1938 to after the war.|
|4.||Douglas Brown remembers living in Brighton during World War 2.
|5.||Eileen Ridge lived in Lower Bevendean Avenue during World War 2 and went to the Intermediate School in Pelham Street.|
|6.||Memories of Air Raid Shelters from members of St Andrews Church at Moulsecoomb.|
|7.||I went to Elm Grove Infants School and was evacuated to Lydgate (12 miles north of Manchester).|
|8.||Dot and Ron Mepham Memories of World War 2 and the use of a Morrison shelter.|
|9.||Norman Allcorn writes about his father Jack, an unsung hero in World War Two.|
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