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Thursday, 30 December 2010

image for History Exam Paper: World War Two Lucy Peaty 38 doing her History exam

Describe the events leading up to the start of WW2 Try to include names and dates.

Once, there was this bloke named Nazi, and he had some friends called Hitler and Adolf and thier gang was called German.
One day, they had an argument with a gang called the Poland.
The Poland people did not want to be mates with Nazi and his friends, so, Hitler and Adolf beat them up.

But, the Polands had some other friends called the Britishers and they said to Nazi, dont pick on our mates or we will kick the shit out of you.

Nazi, Hitler and Adolf, didn't care, and just carried on duffing up the Poland people. They also started on some little people called French. The Britishers were really angry and got a coach over to the French and put up tents.

When Nazi and his gang turned up, the Britishers gave them a good seeing too and the German went home.

But, the German didn't like black people so they went to a black gang called the Africa and tried to nick thier gold and oil. So, the Britishers had a bloke called Mongrel, who was in charge of the bike gang and they chased the German out of the Africa peoples country.

Then, the United Americans had a row with some people called the Japans. But, the Japans were all midgets so the United Americans gave them a good taring and the Japans made cars instead of fighting.

One day, a bloke called churmill rang Nazi and his mates and said you can have a turn at ruling the world next time, so the Germany and the Britishers were mates.

The End

By Lucy Peaty

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