Diaries of World War II Contemporary Diaries and Journals from World War II now appearing as Blogs Given the nature of blogging it sometimes seems strange that there are not more people producing historical blogs — blogs that follow historical dates from a past age, day by day. There are a growing band of blogs covering some aspect or other of World War II. This blog will follow, 70 years later, his time with the squadron. I hope you enjoy reading this blog, which I hope will serve as a lasting tribute to my grandfather and all those he served with.
US Navy We started out, but after 20 or 30 steps I had to stop. My breath became short, my heart pounded, and my legs gave way under me. An overpowering thirst seized me and I begged Yaeko-san to find me some water. But there was no water to be found. After a little my strength somewhat returned and we were able to go on.
I was still naked, and although I did not feel the least bit of shame, I was disturbed to realize that modesty had deserted me. Our progress towards the hospital was interminably slow, until finally, my legs, stiff from drying blood, refused to carry me farther.
The strength, even the will, to go on deserted me, so I told my wife, who was almost as badly hurt as I, to go on alone. This she objected to, but there was no choice.
She had to go ahead and try to find someone to come back for me. When the bomb hit, a hospital worker named Michihiko Hachiya was lying down in his home, around 1.
His incredible diarypublished inrecounts his experiences that day. The sheer force of the blast had ripped the clothes from his body and his entire right side was badly cut and burned. Both Michihiko and his wife were lucky to survive. The area of the city they inhabited saw a fatality rate of 27 percent.
Jews were assembled in the marketplace. The Jews were taken from their houses, barns, cellars, attics, and other hiding places.
Pistol and gun shots were heard throughout the entire day. Sometimes hand grenades were thrown into the cellars. Jews were beaten and kicked; it made no difference whether they were men, women, or small children. All Jews will be shot. Between and have been killed.
Poles were forced to begin digging graves in the Jewish cemetery. From information I received approximately 2, people are in hiding. The arrested Jews were loaded into a train at the railroad station to be moved to an unknown location.
It was a terrifying day, I cannot describe everything that took place. You cannot imagine the barbarism of the Germans.
I am completely broken and cannot seem to find myself. It took another nine months for the genocide to reach the sleepy town of Szczebrzeszyn in southeast Poland. Klukowski was an enthusiastic diarist and noted everything that occurred in his village during the Nazi occupation.
He took a great risk in doing so, knowing that the discovery of his chronicle would have marked him for death.We are the Dead.
Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Writing. Joseph could write letters home to his parents/wife; Write a diary. Write flashbacks describing the events. Use some of the images to allow the children to write vivid descriptions of life at war.
Children’s Diaries from WWII. Sarah Wallis and Svetlana Palmer are currently editing their forthcoming book–a collection of diary entries drawn from children who grew up, loved, fought and, in some cases, died during the second world war.
they looked dead tired. In the evening a neighbour told us the Americans are at Neauphle. n the first book of this hilarious Minecraft adventure series, we get to read the diary of an actual 12 year old Minecraft Zombie. Take a peek at what is really going on between the hollow eyes, and dead expression that we normally see when we face the dreaded Zombies of Minecraft.
Short 3-day week plan for writing a diary of the outbreak of war as part of World War 2 topic. Some example diary extracts, planning proforma and self-assessment check list included/5(8). The diary of Miriam Wattenberg (“Mary Berg”) was one of the first children's journals which revealed to a wider public the horrors of the Holocaust.
Wattenberg was born in Lódz on October 10, She began a wartime diary in October , shortly after Poland surrendered to German forces. The Wattenberg family fled to Warsaw, where in. Diary Writing Year 6 KS2.
What is a diary? Your task! A diary (or journal) is a book where an individual keeps a record of their events, feelings and experiences. an evacuee from London sent to the country a soldier in the trenches a wife left at home THINKING TIME.