How does the BBC plan to mark World War I?Historians in the News
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The BBC has unveiled its plans to mark the centenary of World War I this year, airing a wide range of documentaries, drama and arts to recognize the impact of the conflict.
"This summer is the moment to explain and reflect on how the war started and to examine its lasting effects," the BBC's Adrian Van Klaveren said. "It's a time of national commemoration as we remember those who died and so the BBC will be there to share events and unite people in their acts of memorial." Read on to find out what the BBC has arranged...
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