No, it was most commonly just referred to as the Evacuation, but also Operation Pied Piper. The Blitz referred solely to the sustained Bombing of British cities during the Battle of Britain.
It was simply called evacuation.
The children of the evacuation were Britons who had to leave the cities that were being bombed during the blitz bombing campaign Germany waged on England. The children, pregnant women, disabled people and elderly people were boarded on trains and sent to the countryside to stay with people in their homes and on their farms.
it was called the BLITZ BOYS and THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
The children in England who had to be evacuated from the blitz bombing were called "Evacuees". Now to be funny, they were called lads, lassies, kids, children, bonnies.
The children, widows, women with need, disabled people and the elderly who were sent to the countryside during the blitz bombing were called evacuees of the evacuation.LaxGirl18:People that must leave there home country do to war and must move to another place are also referred to as refugees.
The Blitz or the London Blitz.
Yes. Evacuation was a good idea because the children were safe in the country.
Evacuation of children in England.
They were called ''The Blitz''
Operation Pied Piper .
Evacuation in WW2 was when the British Government sent children, disabled people, pregnant women - and anyone else who was venerable- out of the major cities and into the countryside.
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There wasn't a Blitz in world war 1!
blitz boys and the railway children
In Britain in World War 2 children (and in the case of babies, also the mothers) were sent from large cities to rural areas to get them away from bombing. This process was called evacuation.
I think in 1942 but cant be sure they moved women and children first
From 1942 onwards German children were evacuated to rural areas from the big cities.
evacuation was in world war 2 and started in 1939. It ended in 1946 and lasted seven yrs though some children came home earlier of 12 July 1945.
Winston Churchill and Parliament chose to have Ministry of Health do the evacuation of the British children. They had them go to the rural areas, coastal areas and mountain areas of the UK.
The Pevensie children are evacuated from London during World War II to escape the Blitz.
The official return date of the evacuees was in June 1945.