From the Blitz to peace time: victim culture

The Casualties Union was founded during the second world war by Eric Claxton, an engineer involved in civil defence. He set up a training centre in a bombed-out convent to enable rescue workers to practise on 'casualties' before being sent out to deal with real victims of the Blitz. After ...

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