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WW1 Heroism: Through Art and Film (FutureLearn)

Sep 27th 2021
WW1 Heroism: Through Art and Film (FutureLearn)
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Discover just some of the ways that heroism and the First World War is portrayed through art and film. The centenary of the First World War is a time for reflection and exploration. In this short course you will discover just some of the ways that heroism is portrayed through art and film.
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World War 1: Trauma, Memory, Controversy (FutureLearn)

Mar 16th 2021
World War 1: Trauma, Memory, Controversy (FutureLearn)
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Explore the traumatic effects of WW1 on soldiers and civilians. Discover how we remember and debate the history of this war. In this free online course, you will study the social, cultural, medical and diplomatic history of the First World War. Topics range from physical and mental trauma suffered [...]
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World War 1: A History in 100 Stories (FutureLearn)

Nov 5th 2018
World War 1: A History in 100 Stories (FutureLearn)
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Change the way you see World War 1 as you explore stories of hope, suffering and loss from newly released historical archives.
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Nov 5th 2018
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19.00 GBP

The Great War and Modern Philosophy (edX)

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Learn how philosophers responded to the First World War and how the war changed philosophical reflection. The First World War, also known as the Great War, was the original catastrophe of the 20th-century. This course investigates the complex ways in which the Great War mobilized philosophical reflection during the [...]
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World War 1: Lessons and Legacy of the Great War (FutureLearn)

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 World War 1: Lessons and Legacy of the Great War (FutureLearn)
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Learn how the Allies defeat the Germans in World War 1, how the memory arose that the war was futile, and why this view is untrue. What is your understanding of World War I? Brave men led to their deaths by stupid officers? A war of trenches, mud and [...]
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World War 1: Changing Faces of Heroism (FutureLearn)

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World War 1: Changing Faces of Heroism (FutureLearn)
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Learn how the war moved us away from traditional views of heroism and created new kinds of heroes and heroines. Did the First World War make heroism meaningless or was it the conflict that gave it the most meaning? We’ve designed this course in partnership with the BBC [...]
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World War 1: Aviation Comes of Age (FutureLearn)

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Investigate how the white heat of innovation in World War 1 shaped the history of human flight. Investigate how the early days of aviation gripped the imagination of the general public, galvanised industry and excited far-sighted members of the military, with this free online course from the University of [...]
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World War 1: Paris 1919 - A New World Order? (FutureLearn)

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World War 1: Paris 1919 - A New World Order? (FutureLearn)
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This course reassesses the legacy of the Paris Peace Conference (1919) and how it sought to create a new world order. The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 ended a Great War, but it also designed the post-war future. In 1919, world leaders assembled in Paris redrew the map of [...]
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La Première Guerre mondiale expliquée à travers ses archives (FUN)

Apr 27th 2015
 La Première Guerre mondiale expliquée à travers ses archives (FUN)
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Comment la Grande Guerre a été vécue, perçue et représentée par les contemporains des événements? Pourquoi les années 1914-1918 sont-elles fondamentales pour comprendre les XXème et XXIème siècles ?
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