This final chapter concludes by examining the extent to which wartime represented a period of change in the lives of reserved men in Glasgow and Clydeside and the extent to which the period represented continuity. The chapter highlights the need to look further at the post-war lives of reserved men and women to explore these ideas of continuity and change in greater detail.
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