Voices of War

It's important to learn about historical events by looking at pure facts. But it's also good to hear from the people who lived through those events. This series gives both aspects. Learn about the causes of the Revolution, Civil War, and World Wars, then read stories of the common foot solder, the doctors and nurses, pilots, mariners, women soldiers, officers, prisoners of war. Discover the experiences they went through: the hardships, the elation of victory, and the pain of defeat. These are the voices of war. 32 pgs. each, pb. ~ Chad

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