For almost six years from 1939 to 1945 Britain fought the toughest war it had ever experienced. World War II was total war - every person, every business, every service was involved. Britain did not fight alone, the war also involved many countries. World War II involved 61 countries. One side called the Axis and one side called the Allies. Fifty million people lost their lives and hundreds of millions people were injured. World War II brought a lot of suffering and hardship to thousands of children all over in Australia. There were heaps of dangers at this time especially when German bombers made terrifying night raids. Families were broken up when men went to fight in the war. Some children's dads also never came back home. There were air raid shelters in every school in case there was a bombing. Some people also had air raid shelters in their gardens. All windows and lights were blacked out so it would make it harder for the enemy plane to spot where they lived. Most people carried gas masks in case there was a possible gas attack. People were given rationing cards if they wanted to buy their food, clothes or anything for their everyday needs. Although some things such as bed spreads were free. Children probably had a bath only once a week or perhaps once a month. Clothes were not something that worried children too much. Australian children had always mucked about in their old clothes and had often resented the care with which their parents expected them to treat their new and best clothes. Often they went through summer with their bare feet. Alien children in World War II are children who were born in Australia and have names that sound like people from German and Italian origin. At school girls knitted socks for soldiers and boys followed the course of war taught by their teachers. So you can say it was a very bad time for children.
How many children died during world war II
No every child died in every country during WW2.Of course children lived through it.
The effects that were on children during World War ll was that the kids started getting illfrom gases.
During the 1st World war Belgium Did not let the Nazi's through.
No, children had to be seen and not hear during the 40s.
During World War 2 children worked in factories.
In England during World War I and World War II, children were evacuated to the country. They were moved out of the cities for their safety.
Providing basic education infrastructure to the world
They Went through harsh times.
to not get hurt
Women and children.
Prisoners of war, children, and others.
Some children in the United Kingdom were sent to live in Canada during World War II. Other children in war zones were sent away from the fighting or hid as best they could.
Some children got jobs and replaced the men who were off at war
chickens and pizza
no it was great i was there
Evacuated to the countryside
About an average of 6
Women AND Children