Why Did The British Government Decide To Evacuate Children From Britain'S Major Cities In The Early Years Of The Second World War?

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In the late 1930's Germany had built a large number of these Bombers, including the Stuka Dive Bombers, these were built for the hugely successful and aggressive Blitzkrieg tactic. The power of using bombers had already been demonstrated to the fullest extent to Britain, as the Spanish city of Guernica had almost been completely destroyed by German bombers in the Spanish civil war...
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Also the Japanese invasion of China had been majorly contributed by effective use of bombers, several Chinese cities had been terrorised forcing China to give in. At the beginning of the Second World War, Germany had wiped Poland aside using Blitzkrieg, with the bombers wiping out Warsaw first by "Blitzing" the city...
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