Great Britain, 1940: With the loss of Poland to the Nazi Blitzkrieg,
the ignoble retreat of the British Army at Dunkirk, and the black, streaming
runs of Luftwafe bombers leaving from the shores of France to annihilate
the British Isles, all seemed lost. To save the British children from
industrial cities, Churchill decided to evacuate them. The question
was… where would be they safe?
Blackpool, Britain’s largest seaside resort, was the ideal choice.