Britain’s secret WW2 pet massacre
In 1939, the British government formed the National Air Raid Precautions Animals Committee (NARPAC) to decide what would happen to the many pets living in the country’s cities in the event of an air raid. The NARPAC’s main concern was that pets would use up valuable meat and other food supplies which were rationed.You'll need to
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