World War II

CHILDREN’S SHOW-AND-TELL IDEA BOMBS

TWO ELEMENTARY SCHOOLCHILDREN knew just what to do with the leftover World War II antiaircraft shell they found in a Wellington, New Zealand, park during a walk:

Take it to class

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