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Series: Eyewitness to war
Publication Date: 30 Sep 2019
Subject: Social sciences
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 5, Year 6, Year 7)
AR: 8.0 MY
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Explores the origins of the Syrian conflict and how it has affected this country and its people.
How and why did the Syrian conflict begin?
How have children been affected by the violence?
What is the rest of the world doing to help?
The Syrian Civil War has been in the headlines for many years. This book goes beyond the headlines to explain the origins of the conflict, why it continues and the effects on ordinary citizens.
Eyewitness accounts, background information and questions for the reader promote understanding and encourage critical thinking about the war and its effects.
Bearing witness to war
Descent into Civil War
The black flag of terror
Fleeing the violence
Trapped in a war zone
The war continues
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