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Blitz information On the 7 of September 1940 crushing bombs hit London from German Luftwaffe. It lasted to the10th of may 1941. London devastated bombs and destroyed half of the city.
The name of the German air force Luftwaffe was the three air forces names of Germany they said they were the strongest air force in Germany.
On the first day of The Blitz, there was 430 people killed and 1,600 were severely injured! Overall in the Blitz there were 60,000 killed and 80,000 injured.
Famous Bombings This was St. Paul's cathedral when it somehow didn’t blow up! This was many buildings being bombed in Coventry.
Different types of bombs This a Doodlebug bomb. It was one of the most deadliest bombs ever!
World war 2 Airplanes The spitfire was one of the most legendary planes of all time. The Spitfire first flew over Dunkirk, France in 1940
The blitz By Cameron & Louis. At 4:56pm on the 7 th of September 1940 the blitz started. The blitz finished in May Bombs had hit Buckingham palace.
BY SASKIA, MARION AND ELLIE YEAR 6. THIS IS A DOOGLEBUG BOMB! IT WAS ONE OF THE DEADLIEST BOMBS DURING THE BLITZ.
The Blitz During World War II.
The Blitz By Rhea Grist & Mercedes Jones. The Blitz began The Blitz was the sustained bombing of Britain by Nazi Germany between 7 September 1940 and.
The Home Front in World War Two Part two The Blitz.
Facts about world war 2 By Eleanor and Saoirse Contents The blitzThe blitz THE BLITZ 2 evacuees Planes THE BLITZ 2evacueesPlanes.
World War I I History The BLITZ. Did You Know ? Poland was invaded by Germany on the 1st September. Two days later France and Britain join. Did you know.
1.) The Phoney War 2.) Battle of Britain 3.) Clip of Battle of Britain
The Blitz The Blitz The Blitz. It was dangerous living in a big city during the war because It was dangerous living in a big city during the war because.
AIR RAID! WhatWhat is an air raid? WhereWhere did they happen? HowHow did people protect themselves? WhatWhat did the government do?
What effect did the blitz have on world war 2?
Shape of the Day What happened to France after they lost the Battle of France? The Battle of Britain The Blitz Begins Assignment: Life during the Battle.
World War 2. For almost six years from 1939 to 1945 Britain fought the toughest war it had ever experienced. World War II was total war - every person,
WW2 BY JACK & SAM.
The Invasion of Poland.
World War II World History A view of Big Ben through barbed wire entanglement.
BATTLE OF BRITAIN July 10, 1940 – Oct. 31, BACKGROUND World War II officially began on Sept. 1, 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. On Sept. 7, 1939.
Battle of Britain. “Battle of Britain” documentary clip.
WWII CONTENTS PAGE Blitz Gas masks Barrage balloons Why did the Blitz
The Battle of Britain June 18 th – October 31 st, 1940 By: Shannon LaPoint.
Summer Known in England (especially London) as the “Blitz” Germany tries to defeat the Royal Air force and gain air superiority Once the “RAF” is.
World War II MADE BY STAN KHAN. Allies Canada France South Africa Ethiopia Brazil Australia Norway Czechoslovakia Colombia Yugoslavia Denmark Greece Luxembourg.
Chelmsford In The Blitz! Why Did The Germans Invade Chelmsford?
The Blitz WWII By Lieutenant Frame and Brigade Birch Contents.
+ Germany’s 3 Mistakes. + Dunkirk (May-Jun. 1940) By May 1940 Germany reaches France's Northern Coast. Allied Troops forced to retreat to Dunkirk, on.
Battles of the WW2 Battle of Britain Who? Britain (RAF) vs. Germany (Luftwaffe) What? Operation Sea Lion Fought mostly in the air Where? Began attacks.
What was the blitz? Why did the Blitz start? Air raids and air raid shelters? blackouts.
HISTORY DISPLAY CARDS WW2 Timeline… We’ll Meet Again: Vera Lynn.
By Field Marshal Newton and General Sear. CONTENTSIntroduction What was the Blitz? Why did the Blitz start? Air raid shelters Blackouts Barrage balloons.
WW2 PROJECT ON THE EFFECTS The war started in 1939 and ended 1945.
ww2 begins WWII BEGINS IN EUROPE GERMANY INVADES POLANDSEPT. 1, 1939, GERMANY INVADES POLAND….. WWIITHIS BEGINS WWII… GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE DECLARE.
Unit 3 WWII – CHC2P Blitzkrieg and the Battles Ms. Pannell.
Strategic Bombing of World War II Five Main Targets 1.Military group – ground troops, military bases, command centers, etc. 2.Industrial group – factories,
Germany invades France After WWI, France built the Maginot Line – a fortified line of bunkers/guns along the border with Germany France waited here for.
Blitzkrieg It means Lightning War! It means Lightning War! The Germans are determined to not fall into the same type of stalemate that occurred in WWI.
Blitz Hello, welcome to Henry's and Douglas Blitz presentation. This is all about the blitz and everything to do with it. WE have done about Blackouts,
By: Alyssa Esposito. Given by Winston Churchill June 18, 1940 Basically it’s all summed up in this quote....
World War II Timeline 1st September 1939 – Germany invades Poland
Date Troops evacuated from beaches Troops evacuated from Dunkirk Harbour Total 27 May-7, May5,93011,87417, May13,75233,55847,
World War 2 Enjoy. Leaders in the war! The main leaders in the war were Joseph Stalin, Franklin D Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Adolf Hitler!! The.
On a sheet of paper… Judge whether you think countries such as Great Britain and France should have appeased or intervened in the aggressive actions Germany.
When the Battle Started The battle started on June 10, 1940 but the real air war didn’t start until August 12, It involved the British (RAF)
what, when, where The blitz The rationing The evacuees.
Battle of Britain and the London Blitz. The Advantage of Being An Island with Superior Naval Power Churchill talks about the incredible advantage of superior.
Hitler becomes leader of Germany… When Hitler came to power in Germany in 1933, British leaders worried that a new war might begin.
The Battle Of Britain Many Canadian pilots served in Britain's air force (RAF) and in the RCAF to provide crucial air support for Britain, during the Battle.
London. Economy History of London London was the world's largest city from about 1831 to  London's overcrowded conditions led to cholera epidemics,
The War In Europe. NAZI-Soviet Nonaggression Pact Signed August 23, 1939 What it said: –Germany & the USSR would never attack one another –If one became.
World War Two Begins Sept. 1, 1939: Germany invaded Poland Britain and France declare war on Germany Canada declared war on Germany also on Sept. 10, 1939.
BATTLE FOR BRITAIN Mallory and Caroline. GERMAN DOMINATION “ The whole fury and might of the enemy may very soon be turned on us now” –Winston Churchhill.
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