Warfare, battles, armed forces (Children's / Teenage)

    One Boy's War

    By Lynn Huggins-Cooper

    Paperback £6.65

    A young soldier's honest portrayal, told through letters home and a frank journal, of his enthusiasm for the 1914 recruitment campaign, and joining up - followed by the disillusionment and degradation of soldiering in the trenches of World War I.

    Warfare in the Middle Ages

    By Fiona MacDonald

    Paperback Save £0.74 = £7.25

    Explores methods of fighting in the time of religious conflict, knights and chivalry. This text takes a look at the period, including decisive issues such as weaponry, armour and sieges, showing how these developed to meet the needs of defenders and attackers.

    Avoid Being A Samurai!

    By Fiona MacDonald

    Paperback £6.65

    Features cartoon-style illustrations. This book presents a narrative approach that encourages readers to get emotionally involved with the characters, aiding their understanding of what life would have been like training to be a Samurai in 17th century Japan.

    Sophie\'s Secret War

    By Jill Atkins

    Paperback Save £0.34 = £6.65

    In 1939, the start of the Second World War, Sophie becomes a messenger for a Resistance group in Northern France. But as the German invaders overwhelm the British forces on the French coast, Sophie finds herself more deeply involved with the Resistance - in a dangerous plan to save a...

    100 Facts - Arms & Armour

    Paperback £6.65

    100 Facts Arms and Armour is bursting with exactly 100 amazing facts, fascinating images and fun activities to help children aged 6-10 years learn everything they need to know about the history of combat. - Covers arms and armour from ancient times to modern-day warfare. - Quizzes throughout help your...

    321 Go! Fighter Pilot

    By Steve Rickard

    Paperback £5.99

    Join an expert fighter pilot for a training flight.

    Union to Partition: Ireland, 1800-1921

    By Russell Rees

    Paperback £7.99

    This work focuses on Irish history from the early 19th century to 1921. Topics include: rural life before 1845; the growth of Belfast, its linen and shipbuilding industries; unionism and nationalism; the Gaelic revival; outbreak of war 1914; and the Easter Rising.

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