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  1. Evacuation How Much Have You Learnt?

  2. What was the name given to children who were sent away from cities? Exiles Evacuees Emigrants

  3. CORRECT! Yes, children who were sent away from their homes in the city were called evacuees. These children would leave their mothers and fathers (if they hadn't gone to war) for their own safety and would evacuate to a protected area. Next Question

  4. INCORRECT! No, children who were sent away from their homes in the city were called evacuees. These children would leave their mothers and fathers (if they hadn't gone to war) for their own safety and would evacuate to a protected area. Next Question

  5. What have these girls been picking? Apples Turnips Potatoes

  6. CORRECT! Yes, these girls were picking potatoes to help on the farm whilst the men were fighting in the war. Next Question

  7. INCORRECT! No, these girls were picking potatoes to help on the farm whilst the men were fighting in the war. Next Question

  8. What was the official name for the homes where the evacuees lived? Billets Barracks Holiday Homes

  9. CORRECT! Yes, the evacuees would temporarily stay with a host family, in a billet, until the war was finished. Final Question

  10. INCORRECT! No, the evacuees would temporarily stay with a host family, in a billet, until the war was finished. Final Question

  11. Where did most evacuees go AND how did they get there? Countryside by Train City by Bus Canada by Taxi

  12. CORRECT! Yes, the children were taken to the train station, by their parents, with their identification and destination labels and suitcases. They were usually delivered at a countryside town and some were taken to Wales. Well done!

  13. INCORRECT! No, the children were taken to the train station, by their parents, with their identification and destination labels and suitcases. They were usually delivered at a countryside town and some were taken to Wales. Well done!