Do you mean in Europe? In England, for instance, children were initially evacuated from the cities, which they knew would be targets of the Luftwaffe bombs, to the country. However, many, if not most, of the children came home again, families finding it too traumatic to be separated during this time. There were ships of children who were evacuated from England to Canada and the US, though (at least one was torpedoed on its journey). There were evacuees from other countries, mainly children, who were sent to the US or Canada. However, Immigration was severly restricted during this time by a largely anti-semitic Congress, which reflected, unfortunately, the views of many US citizens of the period. (The most famous example was the St. Louis, a ship filled with Jewish refugees that was denied entry to the US and sent back across the Atlantic; most of the passengers ended up in the camps.)
Into the countryside
Nearly 2 million people (children too) were evacuated to the countryside during the bombing blitz in England during the war.
they were evacuated by train or by busses
They were evacuated to camps! KTG
3. Nah jokes. 200000
Only The Germans That were Jews got Evacuated during World War II
In England during World War I and World War II, children were evacuated to the country. They were moved out of the cities for their safety.
People were evacuated to the countryside or to other countries especially children.
I know of people from Edinburgh who were moved to the Pitlochry area