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by Alan Raymond
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Alan Raymond
  • ISBN:
    1575000989
  • ISBN13:
    978-1575000985
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    TV Books (May 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Politics & Government
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    1191 kb
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    4.1
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Children in War book.

Children in War book. In Children in war, Based on Their Acclaimed Television documentary, filmmakers Alan and Susan Raymond tell the tragic story of life during wartime through the voices of children in Bosnia, Israel, Rwanda, and Northern Ireland.

In Children in war, Based on Their Acclaimed Television documentary, filmmakers Alan and Susan Raymond tell the tragic story of life during wartime through the voices of children in Bosnia, Israel, Rwanda, and Northern Ireland. Their stories, drawings, and photo images tell us of atrocities they have witnessed, losses they have suffered, and, in some cases, hopes that still prevail.

Children in War. Alan Raymond.

A book of 35 diaries written by Soviet children in 1941-1945, the years of the Great Patriotic War, has been . The project was first introduced last year, when a book of children's diaries was released in Russian by publisher Argumenti i Fakty (Arguments and Facts).

A book of 35 diaries written by Soviet children in 1941-1945, the years of the Great Patriotic War, has been translated into English. It contains written testimonies of the horrors of fighting with Nazis documented with a child’s sincerity. Docu; HBO, Mon. Jan. 31, 10 . 110 MIN. Cast: Narrator: Susan Raymond.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Raymond Bial, Parkland Coll. This collection turns a sympathetic, apolitical eye on children caught up in the instability of Europe, America and the Far East between 1933 and 1954. Capa's subjects express curiosity, delight, solemnity and confusion; they react to patriotic parades and air battles, flee their homes as enemy troops approach, play during times of uneasy peace.

Directed By: Alan Raymond, Susan Raymond. brings home the heart-wrenching reality of war's impact on kids. This is the opposite of a feed-the-Third World-children infomercial. In Theaters: Jan 1, 1999 Wide.

The stories of children in Bosnia, Israel, Rwanda, and Northern Ireland who have lived through war and widespread terrorism reveal the attrocities they have witnessed, the losses suffered, and the effects of war on their lives.

Ranterl
One of the most heartbreaking legacies of war is the lasting affect that it has on children. In the introduction of "Children In War", it is noted that two million children were killed in wars over the last ten years, and that millions more were injured and orphaned during that same timespan. Alan and Susan Raymond wanted to bring that stark reality to the worlds attention, and they accomplished that goal by making a television documentary and a book called "Children In War". The book describes the horror of war through the words and experiences of children; children from the nations of Bosnia, Rwanda, Northern Ireland and Israel. The book is filled with pictures drawn by children from those nations, as well as photographs of the children themselves. The images drawn are not only about the physical death that comes from war, but also about wounds of the heart and spirit that can last a lifetime. The pictures drawn by the children are very haunting and moving. The authors believe that the act of drawing and remembering can be a form a therapy for the children, and a way of beginning to heal. Perhaps it can also serve as a path to finding a sense of peace. There is a hope found in this book that in the future the children who have suffered so much will have the wisdom to help create a better world; a world where adults will always strive to protect all children from the harm and destruction of war.
Wiliniett
Over 2 million children have been killed in wars over the pastten years. "Children In War" covers four different warzones: Bosnia, Rwanda, Northern Ireland, and Bosnia. The authors interview children of these war zones, letting the children tell their stories in their own words. The authors also include the childrens' artwork to help punctuate their stories. The book is a devastating indictment of the brutality of war and how it sacrifices the innocent and helpless on the altar of ideology.