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Blackout World War II:
As early as July 1939, Public Information Leaflet No 2 A.R.P. training literature, warned of the need for popular discipline to ensure that the blackout regulations were fully enforced during the blackout periods. Blackout regulations were imposed on 1 September 1939, 2 days before the declaration of war. These required that all windows and doors should be covered at night with suitable material such as heavy curtains, cardboard or paint, to prevent the escape of any glimmer of light that might aid enemy aircraft. The Government ensured that the necessary materials were available.
A “Dim-out” was introduced in September 1944, which allowed lighting to the equivalent of moonlight to be introduced. A full Blackout would be imposed if an alert was sounded. Full street lighting was allowed in April 1945, and on 30 April Big Ben was lit after 5 years and 123 days after the Blackout descended.
Inspired by the new 60 seconds Rimmel Blackout nail polish, here is what I think you should do in this ‘blackout’.
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