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In the spring of 1945, Allied armies began their final advance into the heart of Nazi Germany. After weeks of intense fighting, they secured victory, ending the most destructive war in Europe's history.
During the Second World War women took on increasingly diverse roles. But, like their First World War predecessors, they were still prevented from fighting.
During 1944-45, the Allies endured months of fighting against a determined enemy. This bloody struggle eventually ended in the final defeat of Nazi Germany.
France's defeat in the summer of 1940 left Britain threatened with invasion. Find out how the Home Front was mobilised to resist enemy attack.
KS1-KS2 (Ages 5 to 11)
Download our at-home scavenger hunt and get ready to pack your bag for an adventure around the house.
Use our simple step-by-step instructions to have a go at drawing items from the Second World War.
KS2 (Ages 7 to 11)
Can you crack the code? Try our Morse code challenge at home!
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