Soldiers on the Battlefront - 4 Volumes

Soldiers on the Battlefront - 4 Volumes
    Code: SOLDI102
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    ISBN: 9780822563815
    Author: Susan Provost Beller
    Format: Reinforced Hardcover
    Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books
    Series: Soldiers on the Battlefront
    Ages: 12 to 15
    Size: 7¼ X 9½
    Total Pages: 112 pages per book
    For Grades: 6 to 9
    Accelerated Reader: Yes
    List Price: $133.04
    Publisher's School and Library Price: $119.72
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    Through primary source research and quoted material, this series offers readers an understanding of the daily-life experience of soldiers in major conflicts through time. Readers learn what soldiers wore and ate, how they trained, the arms they carried, the facilities they lived in, and much more.

    Titles include:

    Battling in the Pacific

    Shows what life was like for soldiers in the Pacific during World War II, discussing heroic acts performed during key battles and the role of women in the war effort in the United States.

    Billy Yank and Johnny Reb

    Describes what life was like for soldiers on both sides during the Civil War, discussing camp life, food, marching, and the treatment of the wounded and prisoners of war, in a book that contains many first-person accounts of the war.

    Roman Legions on the March

    Describes what life was like for Roman soldiers, discussing who became soldiers; their training, uniforms, weapons, and tactics; and famous battles in which they fought.

    Yankee Doodle and the Redcoats

    Using excerpts from diaries, letters, newspaper articles, and other primary sources, tells of the everyday lives of the soldiers who fought the Revolutionary War, for both the British and for the colonies.