Time to end the manipulation of our history | Bernie Evans

The day after possibly the worst day in British military history, July 1st, 1916, the News of the World reported that the “day went well”. 20,000 British soldiers had been mown down in the first hour of the Battle of the Somme. As Tuesday`s editorial mentioned, it was the wartime Prime minister, Lloyd George, who insisted the people at home “can`t know” the awful truth (Morning Star, 01/08/17). The trouble is the British people have not only been fed lies about events during wars, they have not even been told the whole truth about the country being at war in the first place. A list of…

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