The evacuation of World War 2 was mainly in the bigger cities and working cities of the UK and some of Europe. Children, mothers with young babies and old people were moved out of the cities to be safe from bombing and some of them didn't return until a few years after the war finished. When the children arrived home, some had no homes to go to as the were bombed.
i think the 31st of august
Britain went to war for political, not religious, reasons.
they were allies of Britain
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DID NOT DECLARE WAR ON BRITAIN IN WORLD WAR II!!! The USA did however, decalr war on Britain in 1812
Please expound on your question. What evacuation?
The government Evacuation Scheme was developed in 1938
In world war 2 :)
in world war two
September 1 1939, June 13-18, 1940 and June 1944
Reasons for Australia's InvolvementAustralia was a colony of Great Britain.
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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.
France capitulates after the Dunkirk evacuation .
During World War 2 reaching Britain from Germany was extremely difficult, especially after June 1940. About 71,000 refugees were admitted to Britain before the start of the war, and some others came over at the end of the Dunkirk evacuation.
One of the short term reasons was the naval race between Britain and Germany.
evacuation in world war 2 involved everyone really but there is nobody who was famous envolved ecept for Rebbecca Black and Ronhald Coleriche
It was simply called evacuation.
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.
im world war two
it was very hard
As a precaution.