Schools remember conflicts past

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Schools remember conflicts past
11th November 2014

In the centenary year of the start of the first world war, pupils from Emanuel School discuss their family ties and connections to soldiers from the past century. 

There’s also discussion of how modern the first world war can feel compared to those that preceded it, given the technological advancements which took place at the time, making it all the easier to relate to. 

We also hear why letters continue to be a poignant reminder of the human cost of war. 

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