World War I

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    This comprehensive visual guide to World War I is a leading title in the best-selling Eyewitness series of reference books for children. Real-life photographs and accessible text are designed to give younger readers an insight into one of the worst conflicts in history. From the causes of the war to the challenges in battle and the consequences afterwards, Eyewitness World War I covers the duration of this intense four-year battle on land, sea, and sky. Details of life in the muddy trenches and stories told by soldiers help girls and boys today understand the scale of the loss of life, how the world was changed forever, and why the victims must never be forgotten. Whether children are looking for help on a school project or are simply interested in global history, this book provides all the information and interaction they need in the form of pictures, illustrations, facts, statistics, and timelines. Included with this groundbreaking book is a giant wall chart documenting the history of World War I, together with more than 250 photographs of people and places involved in the conflict.

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    Number of Pages: 72
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781409343660
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    Listed in: History & the past: general interest (Children's / Teenage), Warfare, battles, armed forces (Children's / Teenage)
    Publishers: DK, DK Children

    Books by DK

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    RRP: £6.99

    Sale Price: £6.65

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