Gibraltar Evacuees in London | London Historians’ Blog

A guest post by Joe Gingell.

In May 1940 the British Government ordered the evacuation of women, children, the elderly and infirm to French Morocco to convert Gibraltar into a fully-fledged fortress…

Source: Gibraltar Evacuees in London | London Historians’ Blog

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2 thoughts on “Gibraltar Evacuees in London | London Historians’ Blog

  1. I had never heard of anyone being evacuated from Gibraltar, although I did have a school friend who was born in London to Gibraltarian parents. I remember that they spoke to each other in a strange hybrid language, but both spoke English very well too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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