When in World War 2 were children evacuated again?
So they dont die die die die die
During World War II the British government evacuated children from heavily bombed areas, such as London for the simple reason of safety. Parents were not evacuated because they were needed for the war effort; in other words, they had work to perform whilst children did not and could be schooled elsewhere. In rural areas, evacuated children were also invaluable for such things as harvesting potatoes.
By the end of the Second World War around 3.5 million people, mainly children, but also a few pregnant women, had experienced evacuation. During the weekend of the 1st to the 4th September 1939, around one million children were evacuated from all of Britain's major cities to the English countryside. about 3.5million children were evacuated after the second world war
not all children got evacuated in the war. It was up to your parents in they wanted to evacuate you. Some children got evacuated but got homesick and ran home. Hitler didnt bomb major cities until 1 year after the war so lots of parents took their children home, thinking nothing is going to happen but then the blitz started