By Eugene Byrne
Issue 23, Summer 2011 pp 31-36
During the summer of 1946, thousands of British families took the law into their own hands to temporarily solve their housing problems by “requisitioning” empty military camps. Eugene Byrne takes a look at the mass-squatting movement that swept the city and surrounding area, which took up almost all of the country’s vacant military sites in two weeks from its ignition.
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