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By Werry, Philippa
The story of the 19th century New Zealand Wars, a part of New Zealand's history that many people wish they knew more about. The book describes how the wars came about, where and when they were fought, who was involved, and how they affected women and children.
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By Senker, Cath
Why do some places in the world experience such conflict? What is it like to live in a war-torn country? This series explores contentious issues that divide our world physically in conflict and philosophically in opinion.
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By Steele, Philip
By Butterfield, Moira
Fun, colourful books filled with the weirdest facts EVER.
By Haven, Kendall F.
A collection of stories based on real people who lived during the American Revolution. A diversity of characters (patriots, Tories, African American slaves, children, pacifists) present multiple viewpoints in chronicling year by year the progress of the war. Includes follow-up qu ...
By Yancey, Diane; Edited by Armstrong, Lynn
The titles in this series speak directly to the reader about important issues that have engaged great thinkers throughout history. Each volume contains 18-25 speeches that trace an historical period or issue. This text focuses on the Vietnam War.
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