Stolen Voices: Young People's War Diaries, from World War I to Iraq
Zlata Filipovic's diary of her harrowing war experiences in the Balkans, published in 1993, made her a globally recognized spokesperson for children affected by military conflict. In Stolen Voices, she and co-editor Melanie Chal...more
This book covers war diaries from young people from different countries.
Each individual shares there experiences of the war that there country is going through
at the time.
Would be a good book to read in schools.
Stolen Voices is a collection of 14 diaries, ranging from World War One to Iraq.
It gives you a look into the perspectives of the children, suffering and experiencing the terrors of war.
A great piece of non-fiction. I enjoyed this book. Take time and listen[read] about how the children feel. This injustice,war, controlled by regime's from [Nazis] Hitler, Hussein...
We hear the voices, that were stolen by the outbreak ...more
One story, in particular was written by a young man who became a soldier in Vietnam.
Some of these diary authors survived, some did not. Pictures of each are included.
From 1991 to 1993, she wrote in her diary (called "Mimy") about the horrors of war in Sarajevo, through which she was living. Some news agencies and media outlets labeled her the "Anne Frank of Sarajevo". Unlike Frank, however, Zlata and her family all survived and escaped to Paris in 1993 where they stayed for a year. ...more