Un cours sur la Grande Bretagne au cours de la deuxième guerre mondiale contenant des informations et du vocabulaire.
[...] GB IN THE SECOND WW The children had labels on their coats for the people to know if the children were still alive after the transportation or if they were dead. All the children had gas masks hanging to their head, they were ready for the attacks of the Germans. Children were evacuated away from the cities, considered like dangerous, they were transported generaly to farms because there was much food than in the cities so as to be safe. The families who accepted to put them up were called "billeters". So the young women were asked to join the Land Army. [...]
[...] The middle-aged (who couldn't fight)were working for the protection of the civilians. bring up to date - mettre au courant weep - to cry gather - se rassembler have to - devoir a dilemma - a problem provide - fournir adapt - adjust - fit in be on leave - avoir une permission de sortie occur - happen a shelter - un abri an occurrence - an event be torn apart - être déchiré wheel - chair - chaise roulante release - relâcher to sooth - apaiser disabled - invalide It's all the more difficult as - C'est d'autant plus difficile que although - bien que owe - devoir resign - résigner cripple - infirme out of duty - par devoir pity / mercy - pitié rely on - compter sur betray - trahir abadon / desert - abandonner powerless - impuisssant compelled / obliged - obligé blame - reprocher an affair - une liaison unfaithful - infidèle pangs of conscience / remorsed - des remords de conscience stay with - stand by s.o. [...]
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