Your question: What did Germany do to England?

Did Germany capture England?

Initially, the only Germans captured by the British were naval personnel (mainly submariners) and members of the Luftwaffe (German air force). The first prisoners were the captain and crew of a submarine, U-39, on 14 September 1939, only days after the outbreak of war.

Why didn’t Germany invade UK?

It suffered from constant supply problems, largely as a result of underachievement in aircraft production. Germany’s failure to defeat the RAF and secure control of the skies over southern England made invasion all but impossible.

Is life in Germany better than UK?

Work-life balance in Germany is vastly superior to the UK. Germans value their leisure time and tend to compartmentalise work time and free time.

What countries did not fight in ww2?

Afghanistan, Andorra, Estonia, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Portugal, Spain, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland, Tibet, Vatican City, and Yemen were all neutral during the war. Apart from Yemen and Tibet they were all near the action.

Where were German POWs kept in WWII?

Prisoners worked on local farms. 600 German POWs were interned in the Schwartz Ballroom from October 1944 to January 1946. They were contracted to work on farms and in canneries, mills, and tanneries.

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