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Honest History magazine issue 20 magazine cover about world war ii

Issue #20

From the Battlefront

 AGES 6‚Äď12 
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Learn about World War II like never before and explore incredible, often-untold stories of heroic acts and senseless tragedies in Issue Twenty, From the Battlefront. Discover a group of female aviators called the Night Witches, then travel west and learn about the Nepalese Elite and the true story of U.S. sailors lost at sea (fighting off sharks and hypothermia).

This issue is divided into two sections‚ÄĒthe Pacific Theater and the Atlantic Theater.¬†As always, every page is filled with fact-based stories, illustrations, activities, and DIYs that bring history to life.¬†

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What's Inside

Learn about stories from the Atlantic & Pacific Theaters, including the Manhattan Project, Red Ball Express, and much more. Let's go!

In this issue

  • The Ghost Army
  • The Night Witches
  • The Red Ball Express
  • The Nepalese Elite
  • Sticking With Your Conscience
  • Lost At Sea
  • The Manhattan Project
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Behind the Fence
  • The Radio Room
  • ... plus activities, coloring pages, and much more!

Magazine Details

  • 64 full-color pages filled with stories, illustrations and DIY activities
  • Velvet-touch cover and a perfect-bound finish


All print issues include an accompanying interactive, digital edition on the Honest History app.


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Rachelle Hamilton
Loved it!

Great material just a little advanced for our young child. Will return in a year!

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Diane Cyr

My grandson, who I am homeschooling and who is 9 years old is extremely interested in history and WWII in particular. This magazine was awesome. We were able to cover the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters as well as Pearl Harbor (where his great uncle was present) as well as the internment camps in the USA which is not a part of US history generally discussed. I like that we can teach all history and not just part of it. He was also extremely interested in all of this! Thank you!

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Lauren Shrestha
So fun and educational

I’m an adult and this is my second issue I’ve purchased, I got it for my dad for Father’s Day and he loves it!

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Savannah
From the Battlefront

My child found it too cartoon-ish but I may not have read the appropriate age range for this. He is 13 and loves history.

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