Rachel's Children: Surviving the Second World War

Rachel's Children: Surviving the Second World War

Jean Rodenbough / Nov 18, 2019

Rachel s Children Surviving the Second World War The stories of warfare as experienced by children may take a lifetime to understand and describe For some it took many years before they were able to reflect upon the meaning of the war as they lived

  • Title: Rachel's Children: Surviving the Second World War
  • Author: Jean Rodenbough
  • ISBN: 9780984621668
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • The stories of warfare as experienced by children may take a lifetime to understand and describe For some it took many years before they were able to reflect upon the meaning of the war as they lived through it What happened to children across the world during the Second World War, in the years 1930 to 1945, shows a common theme of emotional upheaval, fear and hunger ThThe stories of warfare as experienced by children may take a lifetime to understand and describe For some it took many years before they were able to reflect upon the meaning of the war as they lived through it What happened to children across the world during the Second World War, in the years 1930 to 1945, shows a common theme of emotional upheaval, fear and hunger The author was a child living in Hawaii when Pearl Harbor was attacked, and remembers what the war years were like She has gathered accounts from others to include along with hers These are their stories.

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    1. Rachel’s Children: Surviving the Second World War is a powerful collection of essays recalling World War II from the global viewpoint of children and young adults who lived through the upheavals, separations, uncertainties, adjustments, fear, devastation, inhumanity, and loss inflicted on all who found themselves, directly and indirectly, in its path. Even without the statistic noted in its opening pages, that in today’s conflicts 95 – 98% of the casualties are civilians, reading these ver [...]


    2. This is how your review will appear:An Historical Gem of Inspiring Beauty, November 11, 2010 By R. Rubenstein "RJR" (looking for a place) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Rachel's Children: Surviving the Second World War (Paperback) Sometimes there is power that resonates in whispers rather than in cries to be heard. Sometimes there is both. Jean Rodenbough has created a masterpiece, a gentle, but powerful argument for the universality of human rights thr [...]


    3. Rachel's Children is a must read for anyone interested in a unique perspective on World War II. Jean Rodenbough has gathered a number of reminiscences by people who were children during that traumatic time. She's included stories from all over the world, including such places as Australia, Hong Kong, Canada, Panama, Germany, and the United States. She's given her readers perspectives from the children of soldiers to the children of Mennonite farmers and she's done this with great respect and a w [...]


    4. A poignant and compassionate look at the reality of lives affected by war. This book is told through the eyes of individuals themselves as weaved in with the author's experience, and this narrative nonfiction allows the book to provide personal glimpses that exhibit the impact and connectivity of all of our lives; for instance, two personal stories here combine when regret and unfathomable forgiveness meet. What distinguishes this book is that it tells the stories untold, the stories of remorse, [...]


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