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Doreen’s War: Keep Smiling Through

Doreen’s War: Keep Smiling Through – Doreen was only 8 years old when World War 2 began. While many children were evacuated from London’s east end, Doreen stayed with her family in Plaistow and was homeschooled – even during the deadly Blitz between 1940 and 1941. Her best friend Marjorie had been evacuated to a different part of the country, but their relationship stayed strong and they’re still friends 75 years later.

Just before VE Day in 2020, this interview with Doreen recounting her memories of WW2 was recorded during lockdown conditions due to the coronavirus. Doreen compares how the nation felt then to how it feels during the pandemic.

This film includes an accompanying worksheet that can be used by pupils.

A New Kind Of War

A New Kind Of War

How does modern warfare differ from that of the First World War? This film examines how we view the armed forces and asks: has society lost respect for the men and women fighting for our country?

War is Good for Some

War is Good for Some

The economist vs the psychiatrist on Peace and War. Viewpoints on the positive and negative aspects of wars.

Is Peace Possible?

Is Peace Possible?

People share their opinions on whether or not peace is possible in our current world and how we would go about achieving it.

I’d Do It For Peace

I’d Do It For Peace

TrueTube takes to the streets and challenges the public: what would you fight for? How far would you go to achieve peace? Can war ever be justified? Would you break the law for something you believe in?