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The Other Anzacs: The Extraordinary Story Of Our World War I Nurses

Booktopia has The Other Anzacs, The extraordinary story of our World War I nurses by Peter Rees. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Other Anzacs online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

A Brave Soldier Frank is a WW1 soldier, just a 'cog in the machine'. He's not even sure why he's there and what he's even fighting for. The simple plot and muted artwork powerfully presents WW1 from a soldier's point of view and includes an anti-war message.Reading Levels:Interest Level--Gr. 2-4 Difficulty Level--age 4-8

This page lists some of the best World War 1 books for children--covering topics ranging from the causes of the war to life on the battlefield to civilian stories of life during the war.

ww1 classroom display - Google Search

ww1 classroom display - Google Search

It's 1916 and the Great War has been going on in Europe for nearly three years when Jack McAllister enlists. Jack's younger brother, 13-year-old Tom, is at first envious, but Tom soon changes his mind as the reality of war becomes more apparent through the letters Jack sends home. Tom writes to Jack about life at home in NZ, while Jack writes of his first-hand experience in Trentham, the troop ship, Britain, France, the Battle of Messines and finally, Passchendaele.

A powerful and moving YA story about two brothers, one of whom goes off to fight in World War One -from Sandy McKay


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Letters from the Coffin-Trenches, Ken Catran For Harry and Jessica, the war is a crusade against the Hun. But bloodshed and brutal reality lie in the coffin trenches of Gallipoli. World War I 1915 Anzac

Poignant YA historical romance between a teen who runs away to fight in World War One, and his sweetheart back at home.

Flora’s War by Pamela Rushby - Free eBook Online

Flora's comfortable life is turned upside down when she is in Cairo, and a hospital visit thrusts her into the realities of World War I. She is soon transporting injured soldiers and helping out exhausted nurses - managing to fall in love along the way.

Really want to get hands on with History Club and make things - a WW1 trench for example

Really want to get hands on with History Club and make things - a trench for example

When the War Came Home by Sarah Ell

While an influenza epidemic is sweeping through Auckland at the end of the First World War, Jimmy Kavanagh is left alone with his Uncle R.

A short presentation about World War I, Remembrance Day and the symbolism of the poppy.

A short presentation about World War I, Remembrance Day and the symbolism of the poppy. A keynote would be an excellent idea for french class!

ww1 classroom display - Google Search

ww1 classroom display - Google Search

Year 8 sketchbook studies of medals from WW1

Year 8 sketchbook studies of medals from

ww1 classroom display - Google Search

ww1 classroom display - Google Search

Paul and his fellow soldiers had to wear these very uncomfortable gas masks to protect themselves during an attack.

During World War the gas mask was an essential item used within the war. Poison gas was one of the most feared weapons during This item was worn by soldier's headed into the heat of battle in order to protect themselves from the poisonous gas let