IN world war 2 children were evacuated (taken away) from the cities, so they didn't get bombed. it was safe for the children in the countryside, and their parents would pick them up at the end of the war.
To move children away from cities, which were likely to be bombed, to the countryside, which was less likely to be bombed. Some were even moved out of the UK to Canada.
The countryside, as this was thought safe than being in cities which were easily bombed and attacked.
Yes. Glasgow and surrounding areas, for example, were heavily bombed.
To the countryside. Somewhere safe and not near any big cites which were the most likely places to get bombed
Yes, it was bombed during World War II
What cities in england were bombed in world war 2?
Yes. On June 3, 1942, the Japanese bombed the military base at Dutch Harbor in Alaska.
Operation Pied Piper was the scheme to evacuate children from cities to the comparative safety of the countryside in anticipation of cities being bombed during World War 2.
Pearl Harbor war bombed and attacked in World War 2
The first city to be bombed in World War II was Warsaw, Poland, it was bombed from the first day of the war up to the surrender of Poland.
Children were moved out of cities in World War 2 because the cities were being bombed and people did not want the children to die. The children got sent to the countryside to live until the war was over.
Yes, Sofia was bombed and was bombed by the Americans! ;)
During the second world war the Americans bombed both Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
it was bombed by the Japanese in 1942,
Yes, Norwich was bombed in WW2
Islington was bombed because of its factories
Glasgow clydebank Edinburgh and aberden where bombed in world war two by chloe
Every large city in the UK was bombed during World War II.
Every major city in the UK was bombed during World War 2.
Japan once bombed Pear Harbor before we entered WWII
Yes, it was bombed by the Germans in many occasions.
in England there were 40,000 houses bombed!
they bombed hawaii, the phillipenes, and many others.
were in skegness bombed ww2