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It was roughly worked out in 1990 to have cost $2,091.3 billion dollars which in 1990 exchange rate was about $2 to a £1 which would means it would have cost £1045.65 billio…n pounds. hopefully this helps.
Fortunately, due to it's geography, England was never sucessfully invaded. This allowed the American forces, and some other European troops that had been abroad when their co…untries' were invaded to gather in England and stockpile equipments, weapons, etc until D Day. The head of the Free French Forces, General De Gaulle, was based in London. He made and others used BBC radio to communicate to the Resistance in France. Many major English cities were heavily bombed during World War 2, not for any militrary purposes but to lower moral. During the 'Blitz' (from the German word for 'lightning'), as the bombings were called, many children were evacuated to the countryside to escape. Air raid shelters were erected, to be entered when the Air Raid sirens signalled an iminent attack. Heavy black-out curtains were used so that German bombers could not see major cities from the air. Food was rationned, and people were encouraged to grow their own food. Any spare metal from railings etc was used to make weapons. Women gained a new social freedom as many men went off to fight. Many luxury items were unavailable, and so the black market thrived. Sometimes young women would trade sexual favours for luxury items from American KAMIT SUASIDEIN PAKASTAN
Answer Education was compulsory between the ages of 5 and at least 14, without exceptions. Kids under 14 were only allowed to do work that didn't inte…rfere with their education. In urban areas they delivered newspapers and in rural parts they helped helped with agriculture (sometimes in breach of the law). The employment of children in factories and at any time between 7pm and 7am was strictly forbidden. All this was the same as before the war. Children were NOT used for the war effort.
During World War II, the cost of living was much lower than it is today. For instance, gasoline could be purchased for less than 20 cents per gallon, bread was less than 1…0 cents per loaf, and postage stamps were less than 5 cents apiece.
They responded by saving there fod and only eating a certain amount a day. There ration book was checked every day when they got the food. Obiviosly it was very hard so there …response would not of been great.I think some of the people couldn't take it.
During World War 2 the total casualty lost by the British were about 455,000.
During World War 2 it cost only twenty five cents to go to the movies. When someone went to the movies, it was usually a double feature, which means they showed two movies…, one after another.?æ
little amount such as only bread, canned beans and corn found in the cornfield little amount such as only bread, canned and fcking beans and corn found in the cornfield
it was the Americans. some food went rotten when the shipping companies went on strike. Like in new york the shipping company went on strike and the eggs went rotten, before t…he eggs got to England you could apparently smell the eggs over 5 miles away! yuk! the eggs were put in a ditch and closed up the ditch with cement. the ditch must have been huge!
John Gilbert Winant was U.S. ambassador to the England from 1941 to 1946. He was a former governor of New Hampshire
Meat, some vegetables, and sugar, I believe.
No, there were severe bombing attacks, but no. England never fell to the Germans.
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Neville Chamberlain until 10 May 1941 and then Winston Churchill.