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What does WWIV stand for?

WWIV stands for World War Four (band, New Zealand)

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With the Second World War four days away, thousands of youngsters were moved to the country to avoid anticipated German bombing.
With the Second World War four days away, thousands of youngsters were moved to the country to avoid anticipated German bombing.
1939: The great evacuation of children from British cities began, with the Second World War four days away.
With the Second World War four days away, thousands of youngsters were moved to the country.
Anniversaries: 30 BC: Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, committed suicide; 1855: Death of Irish chartist leader Feargus Edward O'Connor; 1860: First British tram service began at Birkenhead and birth of New Zealand physicist Ernest Rutherford, (1st Baron Rutherford), who pioneered modern atomic science at Cambridge; 1901: The vacuum cleaner was patented by Hubert Cecil Booth after he reversed the action of a dustblowing machine; 1939: Evacuation of children from British cities to the countryside began with the outbreak of the Second World War four days away; 1941: Start of the siege of Leningrad; 1963: The hotline between the US president and the Soviet premier established.
With the Second World War four days away, thousands of youngsters were moved to the country to avoid anticipated German bombing 1963: The 'Hotline' between the US President and the Soviet Premier was established to reduce the risk of an accidental nuclear war.
With the Second World War four days away, thousands of youngsters were moved to the country to avoid anticipated German bombing.
Anniversaries: 30 BC: Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, committed suicide; 1855: Death of Irish chartist leader Feargus Edward O'Connor; 1860: First British tram service began at Birkenhead; Birth of New Zealand physicist Ernest Rutherford, (1st Baron Rutherford), who pioneered modern atomic science at Cambridge; 1901: The vacuum cleaner was patented by Hubert Cecil Booth after he reversed the action of a dustblowing machine; 1939: Evacuation of children from British cities to the countryside began with the outbreak of the Second World War four days away; 1941: Start of the siege of Leningrad; 1963: The 'hotline' between the US president and the Soviet premier established.