Another Angry Voice is on BlogSpot, which means articles like the Beast’s are the only chance I get to reblog that site’s articles, even when they mention VP! Please read – recommended.
Detail from the Painting Gassed, showing lines of men blinded in combat. This is what Wilfrid Owen described in his poem.
The Angry Yorkshireman over at Another Angry Voice has also weighed in with his comments about Michael Gove’s attempt to present the Great War as something better and nobler than the squalid debacle it was. It’s excellent, and well-worth reading. Entitled Michael Gove’s Great War Revisionism, it begins by referring to the posts by Mike over at Vox Political and others, before moving on to attack recent attempts, including Gove’s to present Haig as much more competent than he actually was:
‘In January 2014 the education secretary Michael Gove penned a ludicrous article in the Daily Mail invoking the spectres of left-wing academics and BBC bias in order to argue that the First World War was not “a series of catastrophic mistakes perpetrated by an out-of-touch elite”.
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