The Animated Atlas of the Third Reich is designed for use in British schools to educate pupils about the history of Hitler's evil empire. The atlas includes more 150 digital maps - some of which are extensions - covering all of Europe, the Soviet Union, Middle East and North Africa, accompanied by more than 300 articles.
In addition, to allow children to follow the inter-war period, children can follow the military movements of the Allies and the Axis powers before World War II broke out. You can zoom in on the battles, cities or the biographies of commanders that interest you the most.
The developers claim to have dedicated more than two years to the investigation and the development of Hitler's Europe 1914-45 and the level of detail and graphics that it includes is truly impressive. For kids, this is an invaluable resource and for teachers, it will save many hours of boring preparation.
Teaches kids about the build-up to war
Descriptions are too detailed for younger kids
The Animated Atlas of the Third Reich is designed for British schools. Hitler's Europe has over 150 full colour digital elevation data maps of Europe, USSR, North Africa and the Middle East, accompanied by 66,000 words of text in over 300 separate articles.
Hitler's Europe is a very powerful and easy to use learning tool, which follows the movements of all the major army units, Allied, Soviet and Nazi, on all fronts, throughout the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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