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World War Two

World War Two This exceptional website encompasses every aspect of World War II. Since this site is from the BBC, it provides resources about the war from England's viewpoint. Examples of the site's great features are: audio of veterans' memories, audio of a Hitler speech, media reports from
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World War Two


This exceptional website encompasses every aspect of World War II. Since this site is from the BBC, it provides resources about the war from England's viewpoint. Examples of the site's great features are: audio of veterans' memories, audio of a Hitler speech, media reports from that time, interactive maps, articles on the war at sea, the air war, codebreakers, politics and personalities, and so much more. Students can also find examples of Nazi propaganda and information on the Holocaust.

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• High School Middle School

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