The selections contained in this book make up a sequence which records the history of the Great War from the stirring days of August, 1914, to the opening of the Peace Conference in January, 1919. These selections of verse and prose are arranged, not necessarily in chronological order, but still with a view to indicate approximately the historic succession of great events and the varying moods of ...
Paperback: 110 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 12, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
Format: PDF ePub Text TXT fb2 book
- J. E. Wetherell B.A. pdf
- J. E. Wetherell B.A. ebooks
- 1516869834 pdf
- pdf ebooks
- 978-1516869831 pdf
Read Adios hemingway ebook funinkokuloy.wordpress.com Here Our lady of guadalupe for childrennuestra seora de guadalupe para nios english and spanish edition pdf link Read The secret race ebook allcrithitotrus.wordpress.com Here Estruction was my beatrice pdf link Knox bible
rs and speakers who have been the voices of the allied nations during the fifty-two months of warfare. Although this anthology has been prepared for the use of schools, the plan of selection and arrangement has made it impracticable to grade the poems and extracts to suit the capacities of pupils of different ages. The judgment of the teacher must determine what is suitable for one grade and what for another. Many of the poems and some of the prose extracts will be found too difficult for young pupils. Due acknowledgments have been made throughout the book to the authors and publishers who have generously made it possible to bring together so valuable a collection of the literature of the War. The meed of gratitude due to all the writers represented here can never be adequately paid. Special mention is made of Nizamat Jung, Native Judge of the High Court of Hyderabad, who has given expression to the wonderful loyalty of the races of teeming India, which have poured out treasure and blood without stint in defence of their Emperor-King. A sufficient number of copies of this book should be kept in all school libraries; and it is suggested that the poems and prose extracts should be used in the reading classes, as often as is expedient, instead of the authorized Readers.