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The second world war

Source G is a novel written by Nina Bowden in 1973 describing the econditions for a pair of evacuees. In most cases cases novels should not be taken too seriously for a number of reasons. To begin with novels are written by authors whose main purpose of writing is toRead More

Britain In The Second World War

1. Sources B and C are evidence about the start of the children’s evacuation journey. Both can be described as useful but only to a certain extent. Source B is a photograph taken in September 1939 of the evacuees walking to the station in London. Photographs show exactly what is happeningRead More

Policy of evacuating children during the Second World War

Explain the differing reactions of people in Britain to the policy of evacuating children during the Second World War Many different people thought many different things about evacuation. Some people thought that it was a good thing as it took children out of the danger-zones and it would lower the stressRead More

Britain in the Second World War

Why did the British government decide to evacuate children from Britain’s major cities at the start of the Second World War? There were many reasons for the British government deciding to evacuate children from Britain’s major cities to the countryside at the start of the Second World War. One ofRead More

Carries War

Source G is an extract from a novel about evacuees. It is from ‘Carries War,’ a novel for children written by Nina Bowden in 1973. This extract from a novel is classed as a secondary source, as it was not written during the war. In the source, the host whoRead More

Devised Improvisation on the topic of war

Our improvisation topic is on “War.” We decided that this was a good topic as most people in the world were affected by the war in someway, whether it’s directly like being in battle themselves, or having family in battles or just having their life changed or even having toRead More

The early poetry of World War 1

This represents a sad city/setting and that not everything is great about war. In my opinion, ‘The Volunteer’ is a very good poem and is not biased because as well as saying the positive things about war, it also states the negative. Nevertheless, there are some poems such as ‘IntoRead More

A second world war

The two posters I have chosen to write about are two very different posters. The first is a second world war 2 poster called “Dig For Victory” and the second is a sixties poster for a New York clothing store. “Dig for Victory” is a world war 2 poster theRead More

American Civil War and Reconstruction

American Civil War holds in it many events that turned around the futures of Americans and the states in United States of America. An event of the American civil war was the battle of Antietam. In this battle Potomac River became the bloody river and across it situated Maryland becameRead More

World War I and the US Participation in the War

World War I is also known as the Great War. The world conflict started in 1914 and lasted until 1919. “The war was fought between the Allies and the Central Powers. It changed the geo-political scenario of the world and witnessed the downfall of four empires in Europe: The German,Read More