Poems from the Second World War

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World War II, from the Blitz to Hiroshima. Know the facts? Here are the feelings. The Second World War was the biggest and deadliest war in human history. Death toll: around 60 million. (Mostly civilians.) Get your head around that. It’s hard to imagine. But these moving and powerful poems show you the war’s many sides. Here are the people: soldiers and sailors, children, mothers, refugees, sweethearts. And the places: Polish ghettos, air force bases, London in the Blitz. This is the war as no history book can show it: not just what happened, but what it felt like.

  • Moving and powerful collection of World War Two poetry
  • Depicts both key events and personal moments in verse
  • Published in association with the Imperial War Museums
  • Focuses on poems written by people who really took part

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Catalogue number

6439 in Books and Resources for Schools Catalogue 2021/22

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781447285939

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New

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  1. JetStar
    on 13 February 2016

    I really want to read this book because it looks really poetical and very realistic. I also think I should read it because I love poetry.