6 edition of Voices of War found in the catalog.
November 1, 2005
by National Geographic
Written in English
|Contributions||Max Cleland (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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VOICES OF WAR is the product of the Veterans History Project form the Library of Congress. It is a book of letters, notes, memoirs, paintings, drawings, photographs, and other memorabilia from World War I through World War II through the Korean War through the Vietnam War to the Persian Gulf War/5(7).
Voices of the Civil War is focused on the major battles fought between the North and the South. From 1st Bull Run through Appomattox Court House Wheeler tells this story through the diaries, memoirs and after action reports of those who participated in each of these contests. Major and minor players, from commanding generals to privates in the 5/5(4).
Antietam (Voices of the Civil War), Atlanta (Voices of the Civil War), Chancellorsville (Voices of the Civil War), Charleston, Chattanooga, Chickamauga. Voices from the Second World War by candlewick press is full of powerful first person accounts of the Second World War.
Many of the interviews in this book were conducted by children. This book is really a window into history. Packed with valuable information as well a a glossary/5. The Paperback of the Voices from the Second World War: Stories of War as Told to Children of Today by Candlewick Press at Barnes & Noble.
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