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Frightful First World War

Discover all the foul facts about the ‘Great’ War with history’s most horrible headlines: Frightful First World War edition. The master of making history fun, Terry Deary gives us all the facts on the First World War including what the ‘Fat King’ did with food scraps and dead horses, how sniffing your own pee could save your life in a gas attack and why a pair of old socks gave away top German secrets. It’s all in Horrible Histories: Frightful First World War.

fully illustrated throughout and packed with toe-curling stories- with all the horribly hilarious bits included

with a fresh takeon the classic Horrible Histories style, perfect for fans old and new

the perfect series for anyonelooking for a fun and informative read

Horrible Histories has been entertainingchildren and families for generations with books, TV, stage show, magazines, games and 2019’s brilliantly funny Horrible Histories: the Movie – Rotten Romans.

Get your history right here and collect the whole horrible lot.

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Part of the very popular Horrible Histories series, this book allows children to uncover all of the gory and foul facts about the First World War. This edition has been redesigned in 2016, giving a fresh appeal to a classroom classic.

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