Researching_WW2_people

Researching_WW2_people - Winston Churchill Why was this man...

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Researching Famous  Characters of WW2
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Who are these people?  What were their roles during WW2?
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Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was born on April 20 th  1889  in the town of Braunau am Inn in Austria  and the border with Germany. As a young man he wanted to become an artist and  preferred to talk about art than war.  What happened to make him into the man who led  Germany to invade Poland an begin WW2?
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King George Vi and Queen Elizabeth Why was this woman described by hitler as the most dangerous  woman in Europe? Why did this man become King?
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Unformatted text preview: Winston Churchill Why was this man so important to Britain during the war? How did this man become such a great leader? How did the people of britain Honour this man when the war ended? Research groups Use the research materials provided to make a presentation on the following people. Green and Purple group Your task is to research Winston Churchill Blue Group Your task is to research The royal family during the war years Yellow and Red group Your task is to research Adolf hitler...
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Researching_WW2_people - Winston Churchill Why was this man...

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