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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 World War II GAS MASKS SHELTERS BLACKOUTS EVACUATION Since the end of World War I Germany wanted revenge against all of those who had taken their land, money, navy and army away. They secretly gathered an army and navy and attacked Poland. Then other countries joined both sides, starting World War II. FOOD RATIONING Germany cut off British imports to make them weaker. People had to ration food and clothes. PROTECTION There were three main British Evacuations. They took place from 1939 to 1945. Britain was divided into three parts, the Evacuation, the Neutral andthe Reception Shelters were used to protect the people inside from the bombings. Different types of shelters. At night all lights, doors and windows should be covered to prevent the enemy frombeing aware of the presence of people duringbombings. Gas Masks had to be carried around at all times in case of an unexpected gas bomb attack. When there was an attack, they ranked the gas rattle. When it was safe to take the mask off, a bell would ring. CHILDREN IN WARTIME Jewish kids were sent to concentration camps. German children wereforced to follow Hitler. Nazi toys were createdfor German toddlers. LIFE CONDITIONS WORSEN Peopleยดs lives changed in many aspects. Gas masks had to be carried. Their houses were bombed Their food had to be rationed. Men were sent to the army. Women had to take over men's jobs As the war ended, and it was clear that Germany would not win, Adolf Hitler and his wife, both committed suicide. Barely one week later, on May of 1945, Germany surrendered to the Allied. And on the 8th of May, the Allied accepted their surrender. People all over the world celebrated the end of the war. Even though the war was officially over, war in the east continued claiming more lives. WAR ENDS CONNECTIONS ANNE FRANK NUMBER THE STARS Number the Sars is a story that tells about the life of a teenage girl who lives in thetimes of war. It describes the grief and suffering that was daily life at those times, but, most importantly, shows the horrifying fact that is that the war was considered a normal thing for most children.We connect this because this is, though fictional, an excellent example of what life was like from a child's point of view, just like 'The Diary of Anne Frank'. Anne Frank was one of the many Jews that suffered during the war, and she is famous for her diary, which describes her life in suffering, until the day she was dragged off to a concentration camp. We connect her because she represents all the children thatwere tortured, suffered and died during the terrible war.
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