Armistice Day - MinervaReads
On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month. We know the historical facts about the First World War and we understand the jubilation at Armistice Day, but 100 years on, how do we not only keep the memory of it alive, but also make it relevant to today’s children. Two very different stories bring the topic to fresh generations by using issues that are forefront in the minds now to illuminate how those same issues were a part of society then.
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