How shall we remember them?

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I’ve written a piece for TES, asking questions about how we teach the First World War and suggesting that popular memory remains committed to a series of myths which teachers must challenge.

You can read and comment on the full piece via this link.

I also spoke to the TES podcast as part of their World War One special. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast via this link.

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