What percentage of homes were destroyed in England during World War 2?
The amount of houses destroyed in world war two in the whole of England is over 789 billion.
England has been destroyed and invaded by the king Norman's, Romans's, Athens's and the Saxon's in ancient times.
Spain was officially neutral World War II - none of its cities were destroyed during that conflict.
Millions of buildings were destroyed during World War 2. Most of these were resulted of being knock down by Air Assults or tanks firing or mis firing at buildings e.g. Stalingrads buildings were mostly destroyed during the course of world war 2.
Germany never really had any cities destroyed in Word War I. All of the major fighting and destruction was on the Western front of Belgium and northern France. On the other hand, during World War II, every major city was destroyed.
It was destroyed by the Japenese during World War 2. It was NOT destroyed. It was attacked by Japanese figthers, bombers and torpedo bombers. It destroyed some military ships and damaged others and destroyed many aircraft. But the Navy base was still operational after the attack.
Japanese records were destroyed as the war was ending. Best estimates by some historians is approximately 50,000 aircraft built & destroyed.
Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of England during WW2.
During World War 1, most people in England belonged to the Church of England, also known as the Anglican Church. There was also a Catholic minority.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
no they destroyed them
England didn't have a dictator.
The Blitz during World War II destroyed 19 churches in London when nearly 30,000 bombs were dropped. In addition to the churches, 31 guildhalls were destroyed, and thousands of people were killed.
Destroyed? None of it, but 2 parts of Japan were blasted by atomic bombs. The cities blasted were Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Hiroshima and Nackazaki.
It seems that you are confusing the holocaust with World War 2.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.
Hiroshima and then Nagasaki.
Tokyo in Japan
Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The 'twin towers' (World Trade Center) were destroyed during the terrorist attacks on the United States on Tuesday, September 11, 2001.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, 99% of people are literate.
London has always been the capital of England. :D
None the last king of england was king william III
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England is a constitutional monarchy and does not have a president. The reigning monarch during World War II was King George VI and the Prime Minister was Winston Churchill.
It's nearly tottally impossible to count every vehicle destroyed by Tanks during WW2 but it estimated to be millions if you include civilian vehicles.
My dear fellow - Britain (England) was and still is a monarchy with no president.
King George VI was King of England during the course of World War 2.
The Imperial Hotel in Russell Square was not destroyed during World War II. It was destroyed in the course of an orgy of modernist development in the 1960s which also claimed the Euston Arch and threatened St Pancras Station, today an object of national pride.
Two cities in Japan, Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
many cities were bombed and partially destroyed during the 2nd world war.
Because a lot of its infrastructure had been destroyed by bombing during the war.
the allies of Germany were Italy and Japan, England were U.s.a, England and russia
If you are asking about England specifically and not the UK as a whole, then the answer is - around 16 million.
No, there were severe bombing attacks, but no. England never fell to the Germans.
The reigning monarch of Britain during WW2 was George VI.
During World War 2 the total casualty lost by the British were about 455,000.
Who were the two scientists who invented the atomic bomb that destroyed the two Japanese cities during World War 2?
Fermi and Oppenheimer
George V was the king of England from 1910 until his death in 1936.
Yes, there were a number of Zepplin bombing raids on England during the war.
they were alliews during the war , along with England and russia
England could have easily been invaded by the Germans if Hitler had decided to invade England. He chose to invade Russia instead.
It is approximately 0.1% of the total land area, or 0.03% of the total area.
Evacuees of London, England during World War II, most of them children, were sent to towns and cities that were north of London, England. Many citizens of London, England stayed in underground shelters overnight during the bombings. They had to leave them during the day and then stand in line to get back into them at night.