Children at war

  • 264 Pages
  • 1.59 MB
  • English
University of California Press , Berkeley
StatementP.W. Singer
LC ClassificationsUB416 .S56 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 264 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24518822M
ISBN 100520248767
ISBN 139780520248762
LC Control Number2005056891

Feb 17,  · Children of War: Voices of Iraqi Refugees, written by Deborah Ellis is a book written to tell others about the most tragic victims of the Iraq War, the children.

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The author’s purpose in writing this book is to tell others about how badly war affects people, especially the children.4/5. Children of War: Voices of Iraqi Refugees [Deborah Ellis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The United States and its allies invaded Iraq seven years ago. Today the country is still at warCited by: 6. Apr 01,  · From U.S. soldiers having to fight children in Afghanistan and Iraq to juvenile terrorists in Sri Lanka to Palestine, the new, younger face of battle is a terrible reality of 21st century warfare.

Indeed, the very first American soldier killed by hostile fire in the. While each book highlights an emerging and disturbing trend in modern warfare, the practices described in "Children at War" are particularly horrific. Training children as young as 12 to kill without mercy and to be used as cannon fodder to shield adult soldiers sounds like some crazy vision of a dark by: Aug 01,  · The Children's War: A Novel [J.N.

Stroyar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Peter has had more identities than he can remember and suffered pains and humiliations he longs to forget.

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All are Muslims and some lost parents in the war. Their experiences during the war and feelings about the US are discussed. Source Citation (MLA 7th Edition) Brice, Arthur. "Children of war." Scholastic Update 25 Mar. The Children's War is a alternate history novel by J.N.

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An at-times horrifying read, but in the end a truly inspiring biography and a great portrayal of the awful ways war affects children and young adults. "War Child" is not for someone inclined to freak out at explicit descriptions of violence and misery, or famine-level poverty, hatred /5.

Based on a "Time" Special Report, this book reveals the beliefs, hopes, and fears of children caught in the fury of war through on-the-spot interviews with children in Northern Ireland, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Thailand, and Hong Kong.

The presence of children in the war can go back to Middle Ages and Napoleonic Wars. Children fought in the American Civil war, significantly contributed to the Battle of New Market which was fought in Virginia (May 15, ).

Children were also fighting in the World. Apr 08,  · The last Avengers movie 'Avengers: Infinity War' was surprisingly dramatic and while kids love superheroes we're not so sure how they feel about intergalactic genocide.

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Allies - Britain, France, US, and Russia Blitzkrieg - Fast quick war. lighting war Cryptography - Code breaker D-Day -June 6,Storms of beaches.In her previous volume, Off to War: Voices of Soldiers' Children (), Ellis interviewed Canadian and American children whose parents were off at war in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Here, she has interviewed Iraqi children whose lives have been shattered by war. Depending on the estimates, 90, to million Iraqi civilians have died as a result of the Second Gulf War, and almost five million.Children and War shows that boys and girls have routinely contributed to home front war efforts, armies have accepted under-aged soldiers for centuries, and war-time experiences have always affected the ways in which grown-up children of war perceive themselves and their societies.