This engrossing reality series follows a group of teens who are experiencing Rumspringa, a period when Amish teenagers are allowed to explore life outside of their closed society.
Will they be tempted to turn their backs on their old lives and embrace the new freedoms on offer?
Leaving home -- a place with its own language and rules, where there are no cars or electricity, where no one drinks or smokes and where living simply means becoming closer to God -- the young adults travel to Britain for the first time. Through Amish eyes, audiences get to know the ways and whims of British "tribes" like rural indie rock bands; aristocratic, castle-owning, polo-playing Scottish teenagers; urban street dance kids in London; and independent liberals in a Cornwall surfing community.
Patrick Lindsay's book shows that to understand the Anzac spirit we must first understand the spirit of Gallipoli.
The untold story of Australian soldiers caught up in war and revolution during the invasion of Russia in 1918-1919.
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