More than 100 years ago, the negotiations for the Versailles Treaty were going on at the Paris Peace Conference. During 6 months, involving 32 countries and territories, the Versailles Treaty has always been a controversial document. According to some historians, it might have contributed to the outbreak of the Second World War. How do we teach this difficult and controversial document to our students? This historical role playing game lets the students come up with their own conclusions about the war, as well as learning what were the conflicting challenges, expectations and hopes that shaped this important document.
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Get the chance to interact with our replica uniforms from the Great War. We lend both the soldier’s and the nurse’s uniform so that every one can picture how people dressed during wartime. The uniforms offer a small insight into the daily lives of the ordinary people who participated in events that took unprecedented proportions.
This exhibition provides an overview of the First World War, from its causes to its consequences, with a special focus on the Battle of Vimy Ridge and its importance to the conflict. It is composed of 14 panels.