World War II

Primary Resources to support the teaching of World War II / WW2

World War II started in 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. Great Britian then declared war on Germany. Many countries were involved and over 50 million people were killed.

Many children who lived in big cities were evacuated to the countryside.

People had to carry gas masks to protect themselves and there were air raid shelters in many major cities. Everybody was issued with a ration book which was used for food, clothing, furniture and fuel.

This collection includes artefacts for an informative display and to promote discussion on the biggest war in living history.

 

Description

Contents of the World War II box –

  • Bust of Winston Churchill
  • Replica War time Newspaper
  • Union Jack Bunting
  • Various laminates and information pages
  • Ration Book
  • Identity Card
  • Evacuee’s Tag
  • Replica WW2 Respirator (Gas Mask)
  • Sand Bag
  • Soldier’s Mess Tin
  • Soldier’s Water Bottle
  • Soldier’s Mug
  • Spitfire Model
  • Original King George Vl Coin
  • War-Time Cookery booklet (facsimile)
  • WW2 Aircraft identification Poster
  • WW2 Ship identification Poster
  • WW2 Tank identification Poster
  • Selection of Campaign Medals – War Medal 1939-45, Atlantic Star, Pacific Star & Africa Star
  • Full size replica of Victoria Cross – awarded 182 times for action in WW2
  • Poppy wreath for remembrance

£150.00 + VAT

*We cannot guarantee that every item listed will be included in the box as some items are subject to availability. Where this is the case we will substitute the unavailable item with a suitable replacement