Written by James Riordan
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A hugely powerful and emotional story which really brings home to the reader the horror and hardship faced not only by the soldiers, but everyone else who lived through the First World War. This outstanding story is full of raw emotion and a real sense of the enormous hardship faced by men and women during the First World War and it is reissued to coincide with the centenary of the First World War.
War Song by James Riordan
The Great War is raging in France and for girls like Florence and Dorothy it's a liberating time ...but also a dangerous one. As Dorothy risks her life working in the local munitions factory, Florence dreams of becoming a nurse - but when her wish comes true and she heads off to France to nurse the soldiers, she realizes that her dream is actually a living nightmare. But Dorothy is determined to help as many soldiers as she can, no matter what side they're on, and if she can't, she'll die trying...
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Oxford University Press
1st May 2014
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