Here are some of the Centre’s top reads for over the weekend:
*Historians are busy exploring why the First World War remains so fascinating to school children. Could it be the war’s angst-ridden poetry?
*The Great War isn’t the only conflict stirring up controversy this year. According to the Globe & Mail, The Conservative Harper government has now been warned by bureaucrats that its planned 110th anniversary commemoration of the Boer War should be peripheral at most. According to documents obtained under the Access to Information Act, civil servants warned: Continue reading “This Week’s Top Picks in Imperial & Global History”→