How were children affected by World War 2?
How were they not affected would be easier to answer. Families
were torn apart by fathers leaving to fight and mothers spending
all day in factories or other services to help the war
machine.Others were destroyed by the children being sent to foster
care out of the cities; there are thousands of stories from many
who returned from a horrible experience there. Some also couldn't
handle the pressure and killed themselves, sometimes doing so to
the children as well, and left others with even more
i don't knaw they were sent to the countryside if they were living in tha citey and were picked by householders evacuess soldiers sent them
the chidens surived.the childens were really scared too.if the llittle childen didn't wanted to wear gas mask
I guess it affected them in loads of ways. First mostly all of them were evacuated to the country side, or in some cases to Canada on massive ships that rarely ever made it safely back to England. They were also affected school- wise, as many of the male teachers had to be pulled up to go into war. Other ways they could have been affected, is by rationing and their homes being destroyed.