Those experiencing childhood today are the first Americans to grow up without parents, grandparents, or extended family who experienced World War 2 firsthand. How do you explain the brutal events of almost a century ago to America's newest generation?
Introducing children to both the horrors of war, such as the holocaust, and the amazing stamina of the human spirit must be done delicately. This book includes high resolution photos, maps, and activities to teach children about various and disparate aspects of the war.
Both the Atlantic and Pacific campaigns are covered, as well as Hitler's rise to power and the atrocities he and his Reich committed. Civilian life in Europe and America is also profiled.
Featuring a forward from veteran, former Vietnam war POW, and sitting Senator John McCain, this book is a an excellent overview of that gently guides young readers into the darker aspects of the 20th century.
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