Education: School Life in England

War has inflicted many a hardship on schools in Britain, but education still carries on. Examples of how it does:

> Several universities have been heavily damaged. Liverpool University and some schools of the University of London which suffered direct hits have moved to other buildings.

> Cambridge, bombed, jeers at Oxford: "The Nazis know which is the university that counts in this country."

> Although the enrollment of many of its colleges is half that of peacetime, Oxford is still full of undergraduates, unlike Oxford in World War I, which had a mere handful...

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