v. Chapter 4

  • Creative Writing relative to the content of our book 

    We all together give a different storyline to parts of the book 'Alan Turing: The Enigma' by Andrew Hodges. We create stories, reconstruct humans' life in the time of World War II and give our own conclusion. It is used TitanPad, a collaborative writing tool. You can find help for theTitanPad here! Please, make a click bellow (HERE) and write down your ideas! Please, don't forget to write down your name and your country! (for example: Stavroula/Greece).


    We focus on World War II (1939-1945) 

    Chapter 4: World War II in people's lives

    The Second World War was arguably the most significant period of the 20th century. It brought about major leaps in technology and laid the groundwork that permitted post-war social changes including the end of European colonialism, the civil rights movement in the United States, and the modern women’s rights movement, as well as the programs for exploring outer space. The primary combatants were the Axis nations (Nazi Germany, Facist Italy, Imperial Japan and their smaller allies) and the Allied nations, led by Britain (and its Commonwealth nations), the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States of America. The Allies were the victors. Two superpowers, the USA and USSR, emerged from World War II to begin a Cold War with each other that would define much of the rest of the century. Second World War is the most destructive war in all of history, its exact cost in human lives is unknown, but casualties in World War II may have totaled 50 million service personnel and civilians killed. Nations suffering the highest losses, military and civilian, in descending order, are: USSR: 42,000,000 & Germany: 9,000,000 & China: 4,000,000.






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