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Ww2. By Georgia Fawkes. Facing with the enemy. Hilter was so mean he made people join his army with out a chose. He had war with the polis before us as he wanted to tack over the world. Food and shopping.

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By Georgia Fawkes

facing with the enemy
Facing with the enemy

Hilter was so mean he made people join his army with out a chose.

He had war with the polis before us as he wanted to tack over the world

food and shopping
Food and shopping

There were no supermarkets. You went to different shops for different items. For fruit and vegetables, you went to the greengrocer. For meat, to the butcher. For fish, to the fishmonger. For bread and cakes, to the baker. For groceries such as jam, tea, biscuits and cheese you went to the grocer. Other shops sold clothes, shoes, medicines, newspapers and all the other things people needed to buy.

  • People expected cities to be bombed, as enemy planes tried to destroy factories. But bombs would hit homes and schools too, so children would be in danger. The government tried at the start of the war to 'empty the cities' of children and mothers, This was 'evacuation', to protect them from air raids.
listening to the radio
Listening to the radio
  • Almost every home had a radio or 'wireless'. Most radios came in a case made of Bakelite, a kind of plastic. In Britain, all the programmes came from the BBC. People listened to the radio news, and read newspapers, to find out what was happening in the war.
growing up in war time
Growing up in war time
  • Did children go to school ?

Yes, children did go to school though some schools

moved from towns to the country. As well as ordinary

lessons children learned air raid drills, leaving classrooms

when the sirens sounded to go to air raid shelters.

Did kids have toys?

Because many toy factories were now making guns or

plane parts or other war equipment, there was a shortage

of new toys. Children swapped old toys at 'toy

exchanges'. Many wartime toys were made of paper or card, because

rubber, plastics, wood and metal were needed for the war.

working for the army
Working for the army
  • Working for the army was a hard job not knowing when to stop and Shute or when a bomb is coming or family could be dead or alive many things u are worried about
concentration camps
Concentration camps
  • All the Jews were sent to Concentration camps as Hilter hated the Jews and wanted to kill them.
  • He would also kill people that didn’t have blonde haired and blue eyes.

He was so unfair and mean

a letter
A letter

Dear ww2 reader

I’m from 2011, here to tell u about the year. Modern life is grate as we have got:

  • The thinnest laptop


  • New high tech Mobiles phones
  • We have peace between us and Germany
  • We’ve got as much food as money can buy

The bad things about life

  • Well we have global warming
  • Running out of oil
  • Ect

So you was kinder lucky with