The Story of the Second World War for Children by Peter Chrisp
  

Synopsis

The Story of the Second World War for Children by Peter Chrisp

The Story of the Second World War for Children shows the impact of the war on the lives of the people who lived through it, from children evacuated to the countryside, to bombed-out cities and civilians working in munitions' factories, and the soldiers fighting on land, sea and air. The book also looks at how the war led to major advances in technology, medicine and weaponry. Feature boxes throughout the book highlight subjects of particular interest to children, such as life inside a U-boat and tips for a jungle fighter. Maps and cross-section artworks of the insides of famous tanks, aircraft, U-boats, aircraft carriers add extra detail and fascination for children.

About the Author

Peter Chrisp has written over 80 history books for children. He lives close to the sea in Brighton, UK and has a particular interest in nautical and military subjects.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Peter Chrisp
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Publisher

Carlton Kids an imprint of Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

9th April 2015

ISBN

9781783121151


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