The Frightful First World War (Horrible Histories Collections)

By Terry Deary

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The Frightful First World War (Horrible Histories Collections)

By Terry Deary

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This work allows the reader to find out why sniffing your own urine could save your life in the World War I, how wearing white underpants could kill you in the World War II, and how a pair of old socks gave away top secrets.

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