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As we near the end of our WW2 topic we can honestly say our knowledge of this period in history has improved extensively.
As the air raids started on Britain,
wardens were employed to help get
people to air raid shelters.
April 1945
The Black Out in London ends.
September 1940
London is heavily bombed.
May 8 1945
Germany surrenders.
This is called “V.E.Day”
September 3 1939
Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime
Minister, declares war on Germany.
August 25 1944
Paris, the capital of France, is freed
from the German troops.
June 2 1941
Clothes rationing begins in Britain as
there are no longer enough clothes being
April 1945
Hitler commits suicide.
November 1940
There are huge bombing raids on
Coventry, Birmingham and Liverpool.
June 22 1941
Germany attacks Russia.
July 10 – September 15 1940
The Battle of Britain, 1,700 German
planes are shot down, compared with 900
British planes.
May 3 1943
Part-time work become compulsory for
women aged 18-45.
September 1 1939
German troops invade Poland.
Jan 8 1940
The rationing of butter, bacon and sugar
is introduced in Britain.
British Prime Minister, Neville
Chamberlain, negotiates with Hitler to
try to avoid war.
September 1939
In Britain, evacuation of children to safe
areas begins.
The Nazi Party came to power in
Germany. They were led by Adolf Hitler.
May 11 1940
Winston Churchill becomes Prime
Minister of Britain.