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Did you know...The 1944 Education Act had raised the school leaving age to 15? More at #LivingHeritage http://t.co/oaaajoHsOc
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#onthisday in Parliament 3 June 1892: House of Commons discusses a prize fight at the National Sporting Club http://t.co/fpOssV0lXX
That's it here in Paris. Many thanks to the #ecprd organisers for a brilliant seminar.
Apologies - some of our live Paris tweets have been #epcrd as well as #ecprd. Been a bit frantic here.
Anniversary is an opportunity in Belgium for exploring archival material. #ecprd
There are political complexities attached to plans for commemoration in Belgium. Hist of the Great War should be handled with care. #epcrd
Govt of the French Community plans have 3 objectives incl those based around heritage #epcrd
Federal govt began preparing in 2012. Three key themes incl collective remembrance. #epcrd
Flemish govt financing TV productions about the war. #epcrd
Flemish government been preparing since 2008. Key war locations incl Ypres. A complex political environment. #epcrd
Now finally joris vanderborght talks about the Belgian Parliamentary Archives approach to the centenary. #epcrd
The memorials project just a part of the UK Parliament's marking of the anniversary. #epcrd
Data is already on our website and digitisation of the remembrance books is about to start. #epcrd
House of Lords case studies include a clerk killed in 1918 and a worker in the Accountant's Dept killed in France. #epcrd