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  • 1.  "...the Battle of France is over. I expect that the Battle of Britain is about to begin."
  • 2.  Luftwaffe x RAF  During the summer and autumn of 1940  The Targets:  Harbors and docks  RAF airfields and infrastructure  Aircraft factories and ground infrastructure  areas of political significance
  • 3.  Terror Bombing  Attack the Morale  facing continuous death and destruction may make the prospect of peace or surrender preferable  criminal according to the law of war  Night bombings  Targeting civilians
  • 4.  The battle gets complicated  There is very little money left  Low on fuel, ammunition and time  There was no way to actually destroy the british  The nazi strategy was to crush the british people’s morale  And hope they’d surrender
  • 5.  The British Resist  The population volunteers  Engagement rings  Firefighters  Day cares  Nurses and doctors  The George Cross  An award to honor the bravery of civilians
  • 6.  Send the kids to the countryside  Almost two million children were evacuated of London
  • 7.  The Royal family shows strengh  King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth stay in the Buckingham Palace  The princesses stay in the windsor castle  A battle without an end  There was never a surrender or a peace treaty  The nazis just slowly discontinuated the attacks  The threat of the battle was only over with the actual end of WWII
  • 8.  Operation Sea Lion  was Nazi Germany's plan to invade the United Kingdom right after the fall of France  An amphibious and airborne invasion of Britain.  The Nazis didn’t have yet the aircraft  British royal family  Edward VIII would be restored to the throne  Never put in practice  was postponed indefinitely on September 17
  • 9.  Enigma Machine  The Coventry Blitz  Series of bombing raids that took place in the English city of Coventry.  The city was bombed many times during the Second World War by the Luftwaffe  The most devastating of these attacks occurred on the evening of 14 November 1940.  Did Churchill let Conventry blow on purpose?
  • 10.  Erwin Rommel  A Humane General  was never accused of war crimes  "In the absence of orders, go find something and kill it.“  Was a common motto between other generals. Not Rommel.  Splendid general  highly decorated in World War I  commanded the German forces opposing the Allied cross-channel invasion in Normandy.  Conspiracy against Hittler?  Suicide
  • 11.  The axis against the commonwealth  June 1940  Libyan and Egyptian deserts  Morocco andAlgeria  Libya and Tunisia  Italy had no colonies and Mussolini resented that  Suez canal  Afrikakorps  Libya and Tunisia
  • 12.  The Axis in trouble  The Eastern Front needs more soldiers  The North African Campaing is no priority  The Desert Fox is sent to fight in the western Front  The Axis surrender in Tunisia  1942  Italian Facists Donwfall
  • 13.  Operation Barbarossa  The Nazi invasion of URSS  95% of all German Army casualties that occurred from 1941 to 1944, and 65% of all Allied military casualties from the entire War  Scorched-earth strategy  The Russians would destroy their City and leave  Burn the houses, kill the animals,  poison the wells  Deeper and deeper on the land
  • 14.  Nowadays known as Saint Petersburg  September 8, 1941 – January 27, 1944  872 days  Why Leningrad?  Former capital of Russia  Capital of the revolution  The main base of the Soviet Baltic Fleet  Numerous arms factories  Why starve the city?  Hunger Plan  Nazi Germany was having a lot of trouble feeding its troops  A more eficient way to kill an entire city
  • 15.  The Bloodiest battle in history  2 million people died  August 23, 1942 - February 2, 1943  Soviet Victory  The german soldiers died by the millions  Starvation, diseases, death marches, concentration camps
  • 16.  “No Retreat!”  Hitler and his anfetamine adiction  By the end, there was no way the germans could win  Hitler still decided to keep the war going anyway  850,000 germans were killed

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