World War 2

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World War 2 for kids learning in KS2 at Primary School. Homework help on the history of World War 2, the Blitz, Evacuations and D-Day.

World War 2 started on 1st September 1939 and ended on 2nd September 1945, lasting 6 years. it was fought in Europe, Russia, North Africa and in Asia. 60 million people died in World War 2.

bbc-children-world-war-twoBBC Primary History – World War 2
This website covers everything you want to know about World War 2 from air raids, the blitz to children at war and evacuations.
childrens-history-encyclopediaChildrens British History – World War II
Find out why the war started, the leaders, the Battle of Britain and D-Day.
homework-help-world-war-2Primary Homework help – World War 2
Facts about World War 2 include the Blackout, the Blitz, air raid sirens, evacuations and much more.
the-school-runThe School Run – World War 2
Homework help on World War 2. Find out what it was, 10 top facts, view the gallery and find out things you really didn’t know about the war.

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Horrible Histories – Woeful Second World War

history-learning-siteHistory learning site – World War 2
Loads of facts and information on World War 2. Learn about what the children went through.

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bbc-ww2BBC History – World War Two The causes, events and people of the most destructive war in history.
imperial-war-museumImperial War Museum Visit the Imperial War Museums in London, Manchester or in Cambridgeshire for a close up view of war life.

D-Day

cbbc-d-dayCBBC – D-Day The D-Day landing in 1944, during WWII, was the biggest invasion by sea in history. Find out more about what happened and why it was important.

Remembrance Day

rememberanceCBBC – What is remembrance day? The second Sunday of November is Remembrance Sunday, but what does it all mean and what are you meant to do?
british-legionBritish Legion – Remembrance Day The First World War officially ended on the eleventh hour on the eleventh day on the eleventh month, 1918 – Armistice Day. This is Remembrance Day.
the-school-runWorld War 1 and Remembrance Day Homework help on World War 1 and Remembrance Day. Find out what it was, 10 top facts, view the gallery and find out things you really didn’t know about the war.
poppiesPoppies and Remembrance Why poppies have become a symbol of remembrance.
remembrance-day-activity-villageRemembrance Day at Activity Village Get involved and understand what Remembrance Day is all about with our collection of Poppy Day colouring pages, classroom printables, crafts and activities.
war-poemsPoems for Remembrance Day Poems that are used for Remembrance Day.

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