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War-handicapped children report on the European situation. by The re se Brosse

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Published by Unesco in Paris .
Written in English


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SeriesProblems in education -- 1
ContributionsUnesco.
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Open LibraryOL13765767M

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  The experiences of children during the Second World War have attracted considerable attention, both scholarly and popular. Not all children however, have received equal attention. Handicapped children are conspicuous by their absence from all types of literature, both on evacuation and on children's experiences of the Second World by: 5. The play is adapted from the book of the same name (see below). The book is a collection of the pictures and poetry of children who were brought to the Terezin Concentration Camp. Approximat children under the age of fifteen were brought here; less than survived. As a class, read the young children's picture book.   Initially preparing for thousands of British children, the article discusses how the impact of the sinking of the SS City of Benares halted the program and the committee’s operations. "Children's Experiences of War: Handicapped Children in England During The Second World War" Journal- 20th Century British History. By: Sue Wheatcroft.   More recent scholarly work includes, for example, M. Parsons and P. Starns, The Evacuation: the True Story (Peterborough, ), S. Wheatcroft, ‘Children’s experiences of war: handicapped children in England during the Second World War’, Twentieth Century British History, 19, 4 (), –; six out of 26 chapters in the anthology.

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