Men, Women and Children in the First World War
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An evidence-based look at the First World War and how it touched the lives of different individuals in British society. This book invites children to explore the details of people’s lives during the war, examining how they fought, studied, worked, worshipped and played. It also contains short accounts of real people who lived during the period, such as Emmeline Pankhurst, Charlie Chaplin, Wilfred Owen, Marie Curie and Harry Patch (the last ‘Tommy’). While learning how the war affected every facet of daily life, readers will also learn about British society in the wartime era, including rich and poor, family structures and gender roles. A rich array of period photos, posters and ephemera allows children to interpret real sources to learn more about the war and its context.
January 10th, 2013
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