On the Home Front by Ann Kramer
  

Synopsis

On the Home Front by Ann Kramer

This book looks at the many ways in which ordinary British people helped defeat the enemy during the Second World War. Taking Part in the Second World War offers a history of the war told through the words of the people who took part. Author Ann Kramer skilfully weaves the threads together to build up a portrait of not only the events of the war, but also of those who served future generations so well.

About the Author

Ann Kramer is a vastly experienced children's non-fiction author with more than 50 books to her credit. She specialises in writing about twentieth-century history and women's issues for older children and adults. Ann has recently completed a comprehensive history of the Women's Land Army during the Second World War, interviewing many of the remaining Land Girls about their experiences. Ann lives in East Sussex.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Ann Kramer
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Publisher

Franklin Watts Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

25th August 2011

ISBN

9781445106373


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