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By Pollock, Alan; Illustrated by Thomson, Bryony
Based on a true story from World War II, a group of soldiers adopt an orphaned bear and as he grows he is granted an officer's commission. Private Wojtek finds himself helping to carry armaments. There is a happy ending, as the soldiers are reunited with their families and Wojtek ...
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The true story of a bear cub adopted by Polish soldiers in WW2. Wojtek travelled, fought and ultimately emigrated with the soldiers, ending his days in Edinburgh Zoo.
By Cantwell, Thomas; Cantwell, John; McKinlay, David; Pollock, Alan
This text has been written for the Stage 6 Modern History syllabus in NSW but the content will appeal to senior history students throughout Australia, studying the topic of the Pacific War. The text explains the key features and historiographical issues relating to this conflict.
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By Pollock, Alan
In 1987, the hungry Atlantic Ocean broke the barrier beach protecting Chatham, swallowing a handful of shorefront houses. But in the last half century, most of the change that has come to this town on the elbow of Cape Cod has been more subtle. Historic houses gave way to hotels ...
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