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2011-01-11 17:13:06
2011-01-11 17:13:06

There wasn't a Blitz in World War 1!


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With Germany Blitzkrieging Poland to jump-start WW2 in a very bad way.

The blitz started on September 7th 1940. Answered by Kim Sparrow

In World War Two - Blitz was a word the English press used to use based on the German war stategy at the time: Blitzkreig. Blitzkreig was German for lightning war and Blitz was German for lightning.

binary and bomb Blitz; Blitzkreig; bazooka;

Blitz is an abbreviation for Blitzkrieg witch translates (from German to English) to lighting war

it started because the Germans wanted to take over GB

the effects of the blitz was people turning into cannibals

Blitz is the German word for lightning. Made famous during World War 2 by Adolph Hitler. He coined the phrase Blitz Kreig, which means Lightning War.

Every British city was bombed during World War II, but the 'blitz' usually refers to the bombing of London.

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

Blitz in WW2 was an intensive campaign of aerial bombing.

The Blitz ended May 10th in 1941.

blitzkrieg German for "lightening war"

The word Blitz is the German word meaning lighting. The correct term for what many call the blitz is the Blitzkrieg, which means lighting war. The Blitzkreig is the war stratagy used by the Germans to invade enemy countries during World War 2

Not personally, but he ordered the start of the Blitz.

The Blitz refers to German bombing raids on cities during WW2

Why did Hitler start the Blitz on London?

The blitz took place during World War 2. Therefore St Stephen's school was bombed during both.

Lightning The German blitz in World War 2 referred to the speed at which the attack took place.

They were evacuated in the fony war, the blitz and after the blitz stopped

Blitz kreig - lightening war

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