Since it’s remembrance weekend, I thought I’d try and feature some wartime pictures of the area on the blog today. That was until I realised there aren’t actually that many of them about. The war years – both the Great War and tan World War II – must have been as difficult in Brownhills as anywhere else, with many workers in reserved occupations the character of the town must have been a little different to other places. I was hoping for a better photographic record, so please, if you have anything to add please do contact me.
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