Summer Time Begins (Europe) History
Summer Time marks the end of school, warmer temperatures and longer days, and an atmosphere of relaxation for many Europeans. An English builder named William Willet, wrote a pamphlet called The Waste of Daylight in 1905. Mr. Willet saw a need for workers to capitalize on the longer summer days and campaigned in the House of Commons until his death in 1915. In 1916, the UK officially recognized DST, having waited until the first World War had ended, not wanting to add confusion to military strategies.
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