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History Through Newspapers: The Home Front In World War II By Ross

History Through Newspapers: The Home Front In World War II by Ross

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Summary

Uses a range of newspaper articles written during the Second World War to look at events on the home front in Britain. This book includes topics on women's work, the Blitz, rationing, the home guard and propaganda.

History Through Newspapers: The Home Front In World War II Summary

History Through Newspapers: The Home Front In World War II by Ross

This book uses a range of newspaper articles written during the Second World War to look at events on the home front in Britain. Topics include women's work, the Blitz, rationing, the home guard and propaganda. Each newspaper article is accompanied by text which sets it in historical context, as well as an evaluation box which will discuss the article in terms of its usefulness as a piece of historical evidence.

History Through Newspapers: The Home Front In World War II Reviews

'The evaluation of each newspaper report as an historical document here makes these books useful tools for early to mid-teens getting into the swing of appraising the information presented to them in a critical and objective manner.' -- Evening Echo 20030201 'There is a wealth of information in this book which is fascinating... The format is well regulated and accessible... This would be a useful resource in any school library.' -- School Library Journal 20030703

About Ross

Stewart Ross is a popular children's author. He has written many books on historical subjects, both fiction and non-fiction.

Additional information

GOR001966183
9780750241847
0750241845
History Through Newspapers: The Home Front In World War II by Ross
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Hachette Children's Group
2002-12-12
32
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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