Saturday, April 30, 2016

Wallabies


This is my homework for school. I have  written about  Wallabies . We have been thinking about  going to the Roaches to find the Wallabies.

If you want to watch the special effects download the presentation and open it in microsoft powerpoint .
Wallabies (link to powerpoint presentations)

World war 2






World war 2 by


keisha griffiths

 




  • World War 2 lasted from 1939 to 1945. It was mostly fought in Europe, in Russia, North Africa and in Asia , Around 60 million people died during it.
  • World War 2 was fought between two groups of countries. On one side were the axis powers, including Germany, Italy and Japan. On the other side were the allies. They included Britain, France, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India, the soviet union, Chinaand the United States of America.
  • The war took place because Adolf Hitler wanted germany to rule europe and Japan wanted to control Asia and the Pacific. In 1937 Japan attacked China. In 1939 Germany invaded Poland. This is how World War 2 began.
  • Some countries did not join the war, but stayed on neither side. Spain, Sweden and Switzerland were some of the countries. So was Ireland, though many Irish people helped the Allies.
  • In July 1940, German planes started bombing British coastal towns, defences and ships in the English Channel in order to gain control of the skies in the South of England.
  • By 1943 the allies were winning. One reason was that Allied factories were building thousands of tanks, ships and planes. In 1944, a huge Allied army crossed from Britain to liberate (free) France. Then Allied armies invaded Germany. By May 1945 the war in Europe was over.
  • The Pacific war went on until August 1945. There was fierce fighting on Pacific islands and big naval battles at sea. Finally, the Allies dropped atomic bombs on two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The damage was so terrible that Japan surrendered. World War 2 had ended.
  • In 1945 Allied troops freed prisoners from Nazi concentration camps. In these camps, millions of Jews and other prisoners had been killed or had died from hunger, disease and cruelty