Mrs Lynch and Miss Turner
Mrs Lynch and Miss Turner
It looks like you’re working hard, Jaylen. And having fun too.
See you soon.
Well meet again.
These lyrics were were written and then sung by Vera Lynn in the year 1939. The song was written in the perspective of a soldier giving a hopeful and happy message saying that they will eventually meet on a sunny day.
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World War II was the most destructive conflict in history. It cost more money, damaged more property, killed more people, and caused more far-reaching changes than any other war in history.
World War II, also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945.
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Today I will tell a story in sorrow,
My city has now fell and there is no tomorrow,
As the day goes by we all say goodbye,
And soldiers will sadly die,
The war has begun and now we all run,
Bombs are high in the sky we all wish we could fly,
THE BLITZ THE BLITZ,
All soldiers are dead we have all now bled,
Inside our head,
The only thing around me is commotion,
We all have to shed a bit of emotion,
This term we have been learning about North America here are a few facts that I have learnt. Did you know that America had 52 presidents starting from 1789 to the present date. I have learnt about the national anthem which is actually called The Star-Spangled Banner. On the US flag there are 50 stars pointing towards that there are 50 states in North America. There are 6 time zones spread across North America going from West to East.
He wrote to his family to tell them what the last mounth was like in the city. He was waiting for months for a reply then one bitter winter morning the reply fianly came saying they will be there today. He ran to the dock to meet his family.
As the desperate and lonely passengers disembarked the boat in a single file line like troops marching into a raging war, sadness was spreading like the plague. Illnesses were spreading like the speed of sound. It was impossible not to be sick at this point.
When the liner docked, all passengers, disembarked and queued patiently. Down heartedly, standing at the back of the line,the man holds his application form and hoped. He prayed that he would be allowed residency in the new place.T