Today on FutureLearn we announced four new World War 1 courses that are being produced in collaboration between the BBC and our university partners.
With the first one starting on 13 October, the courses will cover:
- How the legacy of the Paris Peace Conference (1919) sought to create a new world order
- How innovation in World War 1 shaped the history of human flight
- How the war moved us away from traditional views of heroism
- How traumatic effects of war impact those who survive it
We’ll post more information about each course in the next few days, but if any of them take your interest, you can sign up for free right now.
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