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By Hajra. Contents P3. Work in world war P4.Evacuation P5.Teenagers and what happened P6.Prime ministers at the time P7. Aldof Hitlers life P8.Germany.

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1 By Hajra

2 Contents P3. Work in world war P4.Evacuation P5.Teenagers and what happened P6.Prime ministers at the time P7. Aldof Hitlers life P8.Germany P9. Benito Mussolini P10. Rationing P11.Winston Churchill P13. Remembrance day P14.The Blitz P15.The End

3 Working in the World War Women worked in the world war as nurses, grew vegetables made clothes. Or would have built and delivered aircraft or ammunitions.As more and more and more men were called up to serve in the forces women were called up to do jobs done by men. Men worked in the world war as doctors,miners or railway and dock workers.Most would have fought in the war. Or to learn in the military if men werent healthy or were to weak would have supervised them.

4 Evacuation Children that lived in the city in World War II had to evacuate from their homes away from their parents. This happened because they were in serious danger because of the air raids that were going to happen or had already started. Also it would be too dangerous for children to stay where they were because the enemies who were attacking they would have with the most population of people that lived there. This a child who lived in Germany and this is what he experienced.Bruno is the 9-year-old son of a German officer during WWII. Forced to leave his home in Berlin, His loneliness and ill-feeling towards his home create a sympathy for this often unconsidered victim of the war. He is powerless and struggles to make sense of what he sees.

5 Teenagers and what happened to them in the world war Male teenagers would have had to work in the army female teenagers would have to create and sharpen weapons even if they 13 – 18. When they would have refused this they would have been tortured or killed normally it would be the male teenagers if the female teenagers refused they would have to be dragged to the factory and if not they would have been shot in front of the other women or female teenagers but most of them wouldn't because they understand the consequences.

6 Prime ministers at the time From it was Winston Churchill. However, Neville Chamberlain was prime minister when Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, and it was Chamberlain who declared war on Germany two days later. Adolf Hitler became the leader of Germany and was very annoying to many people because he wanted to rule the world.Joseph Stalin was the leader recognised by the U.S and its allies. Edwaurd Daladier and Charles de Gaulle were the 2 leaders of France top and bottom.

7 Adolf Hitlers Life Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April His father was a customs official. Hitler left school at 16 with no qualifications and struggled to make a living as a painter in Vienna. This was where many of his extreme political and racial ideas originated.When Germany was told that they had to let go of most of their army,air force also their soldiers Hitler offered to be their leader and to make Germany a better country and then world war to began.

8 Germany In 1918, Germany lost World War One. It had to give up land and was banned from having armed forces. In 1933 the German people voted for a leader named Adolf Hitler, who led a political party in Germany called the National Socialists or Nazis. Hitler promised to make his country great again and quickly began to arm Germany again and to seize land from other countries. Germany started World War II with Adolf Hitler who was the leader at the time and was power mad and with him as the leader Germany came back to power with an amazing air force and army which they had secretly formed and started to fight for more land.

9 Food Rationing During the war food and clothes were in short supply.The government set up rationing to make sure everyone got a fair share of food. People had to queue up outside shops for hours to buy some food. People did the best they could. They made cakes without eggs.They made coffee from dried acorns.Some people bought extra food from the black market.

10 Winston Churchill Winston Churchill was a politician but once the war started he knew that Adolf Hitler would be trouble and this was because once he started taking land Churchill knew he wouldnt stop taking land then he became the prime minister of Britain.

11 Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini was born on July 29th, 1883 in the town of Varnano dei Costa near the village of Predappio. His mother Rosa Maltoni was married to a blacksmith named Alessandro Mussolini. Alessandro, being an admirer of the Mexican revolutionary Benito Juarez, named his son after the patriot and hero. Benito Mussolini was an avid writer and after he finished his schooling, he became an editor for the Milan socialist paper "Avanti". He became well known among the Italian socialists, but soon started promoting his views for war against Germany in World War I.

12 Remembrance day The 11 th day of the 11 th month the u.k commemorates this day because of how they fought honourably and how they risk their lives for our country and we spare this minute just for them!

13 The Blitz By mid-September 1940, the Battle of Britian had been lost by the Germans. This was the first setback Hitler had received during world war 11. The Blitz on British cities – night-time raids as opposed to daytime to enhance the fear factor – was Hitlers attempt to destroy Britains morale. The attacks started on September 7th 1940 and continued to May London was especially badly hit. At the start of the campaign, the government did not allow the use of underground rail stations as they considered them a potential safety hazard. However, the population of London took the matter into their own hands and opened up the chained entrances to the tube stations. In the Underground they were safe from the high explosive and incendiary bombs that rained down on London night after night. With one or two exceptions, their confidence was rewarded. The City tube station was hit when a bomb went through the road and fell into it. Over 200 were killed.

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