World War Two - The most destructive global conflict in human history
A collection of short films, interactive articles and timelines covering the major events and people of World War Two, as well as some lesser-known stories from the global conflict.
World War Two was the most destructive global conflict in history. It began when Nazi Germany unleashed ferocious attacks across Europe - but it spread to the Soviet Union, China, Japan and the United States.
Cities were destroyed by air raids, the atom bomb was dropped on Japan and six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust.
Over 50 million soldiers and civilians died.
These classroom resources will be useful for teaching secondary students about World War Two.
Timelines of key events
Learn about the lives and roles of three key World War Two world leaders.
The people, events and legacy of WW2
Find out about the major events and people of World War Two, as well as some lesser-known stories from the global conflict.
"Tell Me Your Secrets" - An interactive graphic novel
This interactive graphic novel is based on true-events from World War Two. Best enjoyed with headphones and wi-fi. The story takes about 20 minutes to complete. Good Luck...