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"Winnie's Great War" introduces young readers to World War I through the lens of a bear cub, who became the real-life inspiration for Winnie the Pooh. Books for military kids with a deployed parent, father ~ PAGE 1 OF 2. Being deployed is a fact of life for soldiers of all military branches. Humanitarian efforts, operations other than war (OOW), peaceful or wartime missions - a Soldier's duty is to be there. A children's book with war as a backdrop is not an easy subject to pull off.
In a scene from the film "The Bridge on the River Kwai," a haughty British Col. in a prisoner-of-war camp confronts the camp's Japanese commandant. Ci. Hardcover $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ See All Formats. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book! The Art of Resistance: My Four by Justus Rosenberg. Hardcover $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ See All Formats. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book!
A Picture History of World War II Copyright by Time-Life Films, New York This Wallaby Printing: , Wallaby Pocket Books Paperback. But Homer goes on to show even greater humanity in wartime. As Hektor returns to Troy, he first meets the wives of the Trojan warriors, reminding the reader that for each soldier there is an individual life and story within the city. Likewise, when Hektor sees his mother, Hekuba, their meeting, too, is a reminder of the ties of kinship and love.
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In recent years he has been the editor of two TIME-LIFE BOOKS volumes: The Best of LIFE and LIFE Goes to the Movies. It was Robert Capa who said: "If your pictures aren't good, you aren't close enough." Mr. Capa was perhaps the most famous of LIFE magazine's distinguished war photographers, the best of whose work is included in this book.5/5(2).
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The war that began in heaven continues to this day. In fact, the battle is heating up as the Saints prepare for the return of the Savior. President Brigham Young (–77) prophesied “that the Church would spread, prosper, grow and extend, and that in proportion to the spread of the Gospel among the nations of the earth, so would the power.
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