in (the) World War II // gothic/Gothic // to be rescued safe(ly) // were sold out a hundred...
This cathedral whose bell tower was severely damaged by the bombings in *the World War II* is still the largest *gothic* church in Europe.
→Is this sentence correct? I think we should delete the THE before World War II. Am I right? And, should I capitalize the word "gothic"?
The millionaire whose son was kidnapped and rescued safely/safe donated ten million dollars to orphanages in the whole country.
→Is this sentence correct? Between "safely" and "safe", which word is correct here? Should I add "the" before "orphanages"?
The famous writer whose books were sold out a hundred million copies world-wide gave a sumptuous party to celebrate her success.
→Is this sentence correct? If not, how should I revise it?