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Discover all the foul facts about the Frightful First World War on audio, narrated by Terry Deary. Find out 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.

©1998 Terry Deary & Martin Brown (P)2013 Scholastic UK

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Utterly speechless! Listen!!

I'd done all the books except this and WW2 and where silly and funny until this one... it was heart wrenching in place and shown warm and laughter between the soldiers but was, throughout whole the book, respectful.

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I loved it

In summery it was... AMAZING I loved it it was dead funny amazing. I loved it so much yahoooooooooooooo. Y

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Fightful First World War

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My son listened to it on a very long car trip and loved it. He wants to listen to all the others now!

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  • I T Platt
  • St. Helens, Lancashire United Kingdom
  • 31-05-15

Definitely worth reading

Well narrated stories with lots to keep the interest of the reader. Great for everybody, in particular children learning about the wars in school. The stories about life at the time were very good and left us wanting more.

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