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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 DOG Families were broken up whenmen were taken to battle and some never returned. Also familieswere broken when some kids were evacuated from cities to stay with strangers away from the bombing. 1939 Target audience is teen and parents.Teens: can learn toappreaciate their fathers.Parents: especially fatherscan relate to this. They were used to inform the people to wear the gas masks, evacuate, get into their shelters, that bombs were coming or prepare for the blackouts. The relationship between the fatherand son. Its a mask that lets you breathe when there is gas around you. They used them for the chemical gas. Wherever they went they had to have a gas masks, even the children used them. When people covered their windows so no light escaped from inside, so the Nazis didn't know there was someone inside, so they did not bomb them. There were shelters for bombing that were half buried and half shown, these were called Andersons shelter.There was another shelter called the Morrison Shelter that you hide underneath during a raid. The beginning of the war The beginning of the war Broken families Broken families TARGETAUDIENCE TARGETAUDIENCE Evacuations Gas Masks Blackouts Shelters Shelters Sirens Sirens double click to change this header text! World war 2 World war 2 They used evacuations becausethey were considering that German air force would bomb them. The people that were evacuated were,school children, pregnant women, mothers with children under five, and disabled people. They were evacuated by train or road. It is commonly considered that the causes of World War II are more direct on the invasion of Poland in 1939 and the Japanese attack on China, the United States and the British and Netherlands colonies in Asia. In each of these actions, the attacks were the result of a decision made by authoritarian ruling elites in Germany and Japan. Italy join Germany and Japan. Countries at war These were the Allies who fought against of the axis powers (Germany, Italy and Japan), Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Greece, India, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, United Kingdom, Soviet Union (from June 1941), United States, USSR and Yugoslavia. Children's life during war Children went to school until 14 years old, they had ordinary lessons but they had to take gas masks and also learn the air raid drill. Most of the toys had to do with the war like airplane, tanks, battleships, card games with pictures of soldiers and sailors and a dart game with Hitler for bullseye. Adults life during war The job most men had, was going to the war. There were so many men called that families depended on the women. Jobs done by men during the war as they were protected occupations they were: Doctors, Miners, Farmers, Scientists, Merchant Seamen, School teachers, Railway and dock workers,Utility Workers - Water, Gas, Electricity. Connections Anne Frank Number the stars We can connect this book because: We can connect this bookbecause:
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