Zeppelin bombing attacks of London had little actual effect, but the psychological effects were enormous.
People did not travel from London to Berlin in WW2 unless they were in a military aircraft and dropping bombs.
Around 18,000 people from London died during the Blitz. Overall, 46,000 People died.
London was bombed during World War 2 because the Nazis were attempting to demoralize the city. The country was not attacked because more people lived in the city.
The one where the most people died.
Woolworth's went through some very hard times during World War II. They stopped expanding for 10 years from 1940-1950. Many stores in and around London were bombed during the war. In 1944 a German rocket fell on a Woolworth store in South London and killed 168 people. There were another 122 people who were injured in the bombing.
The Blitz or the London Blitz.
Nearly 2 million people (children too) were evacuated to the countryside during the bombing blitz in England during the war.
From london to devon cornwall and cardiff
No one occupied London except for the brits
Many people over the centuries have been held prisoner in the Tower of London. The last one was Rudolph Hess during World War II.
Yes it Was, in fact East London was the targeted city.
Bombs and fires destroyed much of London.
The government and people of Norway in recognition of help received from Britain during World War II.
Hull was the most bombed city after London
Edward R Murrow..............WW2 broadcaster out of London..............
Maybe you mean Tooting in South London.
It was known as The Blitz.
People come from all around the World to see and ride the London Eye.
Most people stayed at home, unless, of course, they were actually bombed out of their homes. Some people moved out of London during the Blitz, preferring to commute to their work from the surrounding county areas.
During the 1st World war Belgium Did not let the Nazi's through.
The largest city in the world in 1900 was London, England. London had a population of 6,480,000 people in 1900.
The London Deceleration
They were called ''The Blitz''
During World War 2 the British throne was occupied by a man, king George VI. His wife Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon was the Queen consort of King during the war and they lived with their family in London through the War.
Because people from all over the world and all cultures have settled in London.