The Vital Role of Britain’s Railways in World War 2 - Hand Drawn History

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The British railway network played a vital strategic role during World War 2, transporting troops, equipment, and supplies to key areas. At their peak, the railways were running 50% more trains than during peacetime to support the war effort. The system faced immense challenges but adapted successfully under government control to meet wartime demands. Watch the Full informative video ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkIR03vSoi8


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