Britain in World War Two

Map of England during World War Two

British treatment of Prisoners of War

The Geneva convention

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England had to follow the geneva convention

Glen Mill
Used for pow of normal soilders

Grizedale Hall
POW camp used for officers

Life in a POW Camp
Worked jobs
Did crafts
Played games
Good food
Treated well

After the War

Women lost jobs

Houses destroyed

Merchant ships destroyed

Government controlled the economy

Increase amount of men sent to work in mines

Death toll from United Kingdom was 362 thousand military and 62 thousand civilians.

Lost territories

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