History as commemoration
History as commemoration

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History as commemoration

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Screen 2 Auton, M., 1990, ‘“Facts” of history’, The Times, 14 April 1990, by permission of the author;

Screen 2 Woods, Major-General H.G., Director, Sir William’s Foundation, York, ‘History teaching’, The Times, 25 April 1990, by permission of the author;

Screen 2 Roberts, M., Historical Association, ‘Dragging phantoms into the history debate’, The Sunday Times, 15 April 1990;

Screen 3, Exercise 6 Tytler, D., 1990, ‘Knowledge of facts will be the basis for history lessons’, The Times, 29 December 1990, © NI Syndication Ltd December 1990.

Figure 1 Musée de la Tapisserie, Bayeux. Photo: Giraudon/Bridgeman Art Library.

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