In class, we have started our new topic WW2! As a group, we sorted all of the important moments of the war in chronological order. We then marked on a map of Europe the nations which were aligned during the war.

 

Year 5, which date stood out for you most, and why? What did you learn from the timeline, that you didn’t know before?

 

8 comments on “WW2 Timeline

  1. The dates that stood out to me were: 1939,1945,1940 and 1945 8th May VE day.

  2. Why did they stand out?

  3. Alistair Turner says:

    I thought the most important dates were when Germany invaded Poland, when England declared war , when homeguard was formed, the battle of Britain and when Japan surrendered. I chose these because I feel like those are the most important parts that will go down in history. I learnt how the two main sides were the Axis and Allies.

  4. Jacob Sipiano says:

    I found out that so many Counties gave up to Germany and how far back the time line goes and how power full Germany is.

  5. I learned that back in 1939 Germany didn’t have the same flag and that instead of Hitler going jail he committed suicide

  6. I learnt that Hitler committed suicide and that England was the only country that beat Germany. I also found out the war started in 1939 and ended in 1945.

  7. I learned that back in 1939 Germany didn’t have the same flag and that instead of Hitler going jail he committed suicide.

  8. Rayanne Kasongo says:

    1.The time that stood out to me the most is when Germany first surrendered to the west on the 7th of May 1945

    2.I didn’t know that there were secret countries working for Britain and other countries.

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