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By year 6. About World War ll  World War ll was a war between the United Kingdom and Germany.  Children were evacuated and wore a tag  Women would.

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1 By year 6

2 About World War ll  World War ll was a war between the United Kingdom and Germany.  Children were evacuated and wore a tag  Women would stay behind and work for the war.  Solly

3 All about World War II  Many countries fought in World War II including Great Britain, Germany and France  Hitler was the leader of Germany's Nazi party  Millions of people died during the war  People not fighting in the war had food and clothes rationed Ruben

4 Hitler  Hitler started the war with England  He hated Jews so he put them in gas chambers and prison camps one of which was called Auschwitz  He also hated people who were of mixed race  Hitler invaded Poland and that was the start of second world war Tom

5 Evacuation  People were evacuated for their own safety  School children and their teachers, mums with children under 5 years old and some disabled people were evacuated.  people were evacuated. Mollie

6 About World War 2 – Families  In World War 2 everyone was allowed only a little sugar and milk.  All essential foods were rationed  Many children where taken away from their families to protect them  Some Mums or Dads were killed in the Blitz Lily

7 The War and the family Rationing  In World War 2 food was rationed.  Also families found it difficult to make the rationing last.  Rationing lasted from 1939 to Reese

8 The Blitz…………..Bombing  All children were evacuated to the countryside to a new family, while their parents stayed behind to help with the war  All men over 18 were subscripted into the army  People had to shelter in the London underground during bombing raids Will

9 Evacuation  All of the children in World War 2 were evacuated to the countryside  The children were sent to the countryside all over Britain.  Some children were lucky and were placed with kind families.  The evacuees met in camps for a holiday break and saw their friends Daniel

10 Evacuation  People were evacuated for own safety.  Children had very few possessions.  Spare underwear  2 pairs of socks  2 vests  6 handkerchiefs  One outfit  They were provided with a small packed lunch. Steph

11 Evacuees  During the war children, older people, teachers and women with children under 5 had to be evacuated.  They were evacuated to the countryside to keep them safe from bombs.  Most Children had to leave their parents behind. Holly

12 Billeting Officers  Billeting Officers were in charge of where the children would stay when they were evacuated.  They would be sent somewhere in the countryside like Cornwall, Devon, Oxfordshire or Wales  They were very important. Poppy

13 World War II  Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of Britain  Hitler was Chancellor in Germany -The Fuhrer.  England and it’s allies fought back with might.  Hitler shot himself Josh

14 About World War 2  All people had to leave their families homes and villages.  All evacuees had to wear a billeting label which said where they would be billeted. Charlotte

15 The Blackout  Every one would have to close your curtains  No street lights.  Black out Wardens Molly

16 WW II the facts Children were evacuated to the countryside Adolf Hitler lead the Nazis party He killed millions of Jews and disabled people After the war Germany had no money Millions of soldiers died in the war. Koya

17 Evacuees  The children took their gas masks everywhere  The evacuees had to be comfortable on the train  The children were all evacuated to the country side  Samantha

18 How did the world war start?  The world war started when Hitler invaded Poland  He thought Germany had lost too much land in the first World War Chelsea

19 Evacuees  Children, teachers and the elderly were evacuated during the war  Children wore tags to identify their name and destination  Brothers and sisters were separated, - it was just tragic.  Some of their possessions they could keep, everything else was left behind.  Miffy

20 World war 2  Adolph Hitler was the leader, leader of a German group called Nazi ‘s.  Hitler spoke at many rallies and meetings.  Hitler hated Jewish people  Master Race.

21 HITLER  In the second world war there was a very wicked man named Adolf Hitler.  He killed people who were different to him. e.g. Jews and people with disabilities,  This event was called the Holocaust.  By Jamie Hobbs

22 Hitler  Hitler started the war  Hitler hated Jews  He sent millions of Jews to prison camps and to their death  All men over18 were forced to go to the war Ellis

23 Hitler  ADOLF HITLER WAS THE LEADER OF THE NAZI PARTY  HE BELIEVED JEWS WERE GETTING ALL THE GOOD JOBS  HE WAS PLANNING TO TAKE OVER CZECHOSLOVAKIA  OTHER COUNTRIES TRIED TO STOP HIM.

24 1940 s clothes  The girl evacuees wore knee length socks, long skirts  Floral or plain tops  Hair down or in a bun  Black polished shoes  they had a suitcase or a satchel with spare underwear, clothes and some small possessions Isobel

25 World wars  We honour our dead on Remembrance day  We wear Poppies  On the 11 th hour 11 th day 11 th month we observe one minutes silence as a sign of respect Jasmine


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