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Britain Goes Dry! (1934)

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News fragment from 1934

It is estimated that at least 10 million pounds is required immediately to avoid a grave water famine next summer in rural districts all over England. At present the drought is causing inconvenience and even suffering in small towns and villages. But unless heavy rain falls very soon, it is a situation which will develop in the summer.

More info: British Pathé
Produced by: British Pathé
Language: English
Year: 1934
Region: Great-Britain, England



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