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To what extent was aerial bombings significant to World War ll ?. Why was there Aerial Bombings?. Destroy factories to slow key production ( e.g. a military factory) Frighten citizens Pressure countries into submission . Bombed railway station in station in Germany 1945 . V1 Bomber.

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    1. To what extent was aerial bombings significant to World War ll?

    2. Why was there Aerial Bombings? • Destroy factories to slow key production ( e.g. a military factory) • Frighten citizens • Pressure countries into submission Bombed railway station in station in Germany 1945

    3. V1 Bomber • Pilotless • Possible to shoot down • Droning sound V2 Bomber • Rocket • Travels faster than the speed of sound • Impossible to shoot down

    4. How did these bombings effect lives?

    5. Shelters Anderson shelter Londoners shelter on the tracks of the underground

    6. Cleaning up The Metropole Hotel, Bournemouth

    7. Reactions at the time The bombing raid on Dresden, from the 13 to the 15 of February 1945 Germany shocked many. The death toll was 25,000. U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared after the bombing of Pearl Harbour that the preceding day would be "a date that will live in infamy."

    8. How much of a difference did aerial bombing make to WW2 • Brought America into the war: the attack on Pearl Harbour in December 1941 • Bombing strategy meant there was a focus development on ammunition and planes • Bombs damaged major infrastructures • Encouraged people to fight because of negative propaganda