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By Misti Kenison

The Arc de Triomphe, the Moulin Rouge, the Eiffel Tower—there is quite a bit to do and spot within the colourful urban of Paris. From photograph dressmaker Misti Kenison comes an adventurous new board booklet in your youngster. The tradition and monuments of France are rendered into daring, image illustrations observed via vocabulary to coach children simple colours. touring to distant places hasn't ever been so colourful, or academic, for teenagers before!

Each ebook in Misti Kenison’s new Tiny traveller board ebook sequence is bound to offer your baby the trip malicious program early via transporting kids to unique and incredible locations whereas instructing simple concepts—such as colours. Now you and your toddler can discover the realm jointly out of your dwelling room.

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September 1939 World War II begins. Where Did Captain Schroeder Sail? 36 K E Y T E R M S refugee - someone who leaves his or her homeland in search of a better place Nazi - a German government party led by Adolph Hitler concentration camp - a Nazi prison where many people were tortured and killed D I D Y O U K N O W ? For the first time in more than 200 years, during the years 1932–1938, more people left the United States than came to the United States. S. St. S. St. Louis was a luxury ship. It had swimming pools, movie theaters, and plenty of fine food.

Others got money from relatives in other countries. S. St. Louis, Captain Gustav Schroeder The passengers were nervous boarding the St. Louis. Some came out of hiding to travel. They were afraid they would be tricked and sent to a concentration camp. The ship was German owned. It flew the Nazi flag. It had a large portrait of Adolph Hitler on board. Captain Gustav Schroeder knew the passengers’ fear. He ordered that the crew treat them well. He took special care to make it a pleasant voyage. He even formed passenger committees to help ease their fears.

The Flying Fish was a steamboat that made several trips back and forth to rescue the victims. Captain Thomas Brierley of the Flying Fish was so upset by the incident that he asked to be buried at sea by the Lusitania wreck site. 33 Turner was a scapegoat for the tragedy. The British government accused him of being reckless, sailing too slowly, and not zigzagging. The British Admiralty cleared Turner of any blame. But he lived the rest of his life as a recluse. The Lusitania tilted to one side as it sank.

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