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Les strass sont petits. It is clear the Christmas truce is going to be commemorated in a very significant way. The use of football as a way into encouraging children to study the First World War has been supported by the British Council who have produced an educational resource based around the history of the so-called Christmas Truce. In December 2014 there will be numerous events commemorating the Christmas Truce, Diamond Painting and a major British supermarket will be basing its advertising campaign for Christmas 2014 around the Christmas Truce.
They are drawn to t he old front line in order to visit the last surviving witness to the conflict — the landscape itself. At the Tower of London, an art installation called Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by ceramicist Paul Cummins offered members of the public to buy one of 888,236 ceramic poppies (for each British casualty) planted in the Tower’s moat with the proceeds going to charity. However, Pennell and Einhaus did not find that teachers were peddling the dated view of the conflict which has been dominated by mud, blood and poetry.
Organised by the Folkestone-based educational charity Step Short, diamant peinture the town marked the centenary of the First World War and saw many servicemen and women, and veterans of subsequent wars, mark the occasion. This study has shown that in many British schools the time of the ‘Two Western Fronts’ has passed and the war is now being taught in ways which appreciate the historical and representational complexities of the conflict. A significant number of projects based around the lives of local soldiers are now at work in many areas of Great Britain, suggesting that the centenary is generating an increased interest in the wartime lives of local people and Diamond Painting places.
There is also a greater interest in local histories of towns and villages during the war. In a nation-wide mail campaign a cardboard poppy-shaped postcard has been sent to every British household to raise money for the charity. The value and importance of visiting the battlefields was certainly a factor in the First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme — a key part of the Government’s plans to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War by encouraging two pupils from every British school to visit the battlefields by 2018.
Integral to this is the provision of tools to help secondary school pupils to actively engage in genuine historical enquiries about different aspects of the War. By Key Stage 3 (ages 11-14 years) all pupils can learn about the ‘First World War and the Peace Settlement’ in addition to the history of the Holocaust which is now compulsory.