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What did Germans hope to achieve in the blitz?

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The Germans hoped to bomb Britain into suing for peace .

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The Germans did a blitz on Great Britain during World War 2.

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The result of the Blitz was a strategic failure on the part of the Germans. It lasted from September 7, 1940 until May 21, 1941.

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What did Germans call there sudden massive attacks?

Blitz-Krieg or "lightning war".

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It is called the 'blitz' because in German 'blitz' means lightning or very fast, and 'blitz krieg' effectifly translates in 'lightning campaign' or 'war like lightning'. When the Germans attacked the British it happened so fast and so hard it was like a bolt of lightning from a cloudless sky.

Who was responsible for the blitz?

Adolf Hitler was definitely responsible since he told the Germans to bomb London.

Why did Germans bomb civilians during the blitz?

To try and demoralize the civilian population.

In what year was the blitz?

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How did the Blitz in World War 2 start?

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What were the motives behind the London blitz?

The Germans were trying to obtain air superiority in order to invade England.

When was the blize in World War 2?

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What was it like for a person in the blitz?

Awesome see all the bombs drop and there mothers farting to hit the Germans back

What does the world blitz mean?

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The blitz generally didnt have a big impact. The Germans wanted to bomb England and they did, but they wanted us to back down, but we never did. They also wanted us to stop having food coming from other countries. We did still manage to get food and in the end make the Germans back down.

Is the blitzkrieg different to the blitz?

Blitzkrieg was an intense military campaign the Germans carried out in the beginning of WWII, and was intended to bring about a swift victory by overrunning the opposing forces. Blitz was the name given to the prolonged, intensive bombing of cities. Notably London and other major English cities during WWII by the Germans.

Why did they call the blitz the lightning war?

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Where did the blitz in World War 2?

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Why did the Germans begin the blitz?

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How did the Germans start getting bombs for the blitz?

They manufactured their own munitions - they had large factories dedicated to production of bombs, bullets etc.

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