Scouts: The stories that built a movement
This is a definitive history of the Scout movement, from its earliest beginnings on Brownsea Island to its rapid spread around the world. We get to know our Founder, Robert Baden-Powell, discover how Scouts played their part during the two world wars, the remarkable stories of the World Scout jamboree, the development of the wood badge and more, including previously unseen photographs from the UK Scout Heritage Collection.
With sections on Scouts today, and how Scouts have gone to become rock stars astronauts and presidents, it’s an inspiring, information account suitable for volunteers and young people alike.
Our UK Chief Scout and Ambassador for World Scouting, Bear Grylls, provides a foreword to this amazing book.
- Type: Hardback
- Pages: 192
- Published: October 2019
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