Wall of Names

Wall of Names Full color black and white photos The dream of Jan Scruggs the man behind the movement to build the wall and the fulfillment of that dream is detailed up to the opening of the memorial Designed for

  • Title: Wall of Names
  • Author: Judy Donnelly
  • ISBN: 9780679801696
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • Full color black and white photos The dream of Jan Scruggs, the man behind the movement to build the wall, and the fulfillment of that dream, is detailed up to the opening of the memorial Designed for proficient independent readers, this book is honest and accurate It is a sensitive statement about the price of war and the hope for peace, and will impart to youngFull color black and white photos The dream of Jan Scruggs, the man behind the movement to build the wall, and the fulfillment of that dream, is detailed up to the opening of the memorial Designed for proficient independent readers, this book is honest and accurate It is a sensitive statement about the price of war and the hope for peace, and will impart to young people the facts of this turbulent period in our history

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    1. I really enjoyed this book because it tells a lot about how people felt and what it really meant to them. The Vietnam war took place in 1954-1973 that was fought between the U.S and the Vietnam. We had started what was the worst battle fought against us, many americans were killed and many families were disappointed. Over 40,000 american soldiers had died and many were hurt, many americans began to protest in the streets of Washington D.C. After the war was over many Americans thought it would b [...]


    2. Oh, how sad. This is the story of how the Vietnam Memorial was built to honor the Vets and those who gave their lives. It is so sad how they were not welcomed home with parades and parties, but with sneers. This opens up a whole new world, and is a must have!


    3. Succinct and well rounded, telling the story of the war from start to finish along with what was going on at home during the war. Plenty of pictures are included - these make it engaging for a younger reader but they're also an important part of telling the story.



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