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Without being an historian of the 1930’s preparations for war defense

Well, who is? :)

it seems to me that there was an awful lot of this going on in England, France and Germany through most of the decade.

Yes, although it started later in the UK than in other countries. Public ARP programmes, including drills, only started there in mid-1935, whereas France, Germany and Italy had all been carrying out exercises since at least 1933.

John Ptak

Brett--well, I can think of at least one person who probably is. Thanks for the info!

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