There were few references in the local press to the topic. One of the information cartoons from Christie's Biscuits promoted wartime secrecy in a November 1943 issue of the Journal.
The most significant way in which censorship touched the lives of individuals was in the exchange of letters. Any sensitive information was crossed out or cut out by censors who monitored the mail. The frustration of an overseas soldier in regard to writing home was captured in the attached humorous letter.
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