“Treat history with care and respect!”

Talk Europe! with Margaret MacMillan

To understand our world and the present circumstances, we need to take a closer look at our past. However, if put in the wrong hands, history can become extremely dangerous.

The Canadian historian and professor at the University of Oxford Margaret MacMillan believes that history really does matter when we try to shape the future, but only if treated with care and respect.

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This text and video is published under the Creative Commons License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0. The name of the author/rights holder should be mentioned as followed. Author: Jovana Trifunovic and Igor Bararon / tippingpoint.net. Cover picture: The delegations signing the Treaty of Versailles in the Hall of Mirrors on 28 June 1919. Released into public domain


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