World War One by Jane M. Bingham
  

Synopsis

World War One by Jane M. Bingham

This photographic book gives you an overview of World War One. From how the war began to how it spread worldwide, the new technology that was used in war for the first time, how women's roles changed in society because of the war, what life was like on the home front and how people recorded the war in paintings, poems and diaries. You can also find out how to send a message in Morse code.

Reviews

A bright and lively look at the conflict for late primary readers. It's a good overview, covering topics such as new weapons and technology, the war in art and literature, women's contribution to the conflict, and how it affected the lives of civilians. Carousel A bright and lively look at the conflict for late primary readers. Carousel

About the Author

Jane Bingham is an experienced children's author and editor. She specializes in history and contemporary issues.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jane M. Bingham
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Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

25th September 2014

ISBN

9780750288606


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