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World War 2 Evacuee Tag

World War 2 Evacuee Tag free printable ww2 evacuee tag template

A replica of an evacuee tag used by children during World War 2. Each template can be printed and folded over to create a double-sided tag. Print onto coloured paper or make it look old by staining with tea bags. There are four evacuee tags to a printable A4 page.

File type: Zip
File size: 298.7 KB
Suitable for: KS1/KS2
Downloads: 13,352


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  1. Hollie Archer

    Why did they have tags

    • PaperZip

      Children were sent from the larger cities to the safer countryside, and had to be identified easily.

    • Kendall.K

      This is so that they can be identified easily and so that a record is kept of who they stayed with during the evacuation.

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