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Multiperspectivity in History

We have found an amusing way to go over the way different countries felt after-the First World War. We´ve attached speech bubbles with different Viewpoints to characters of each of the main countries involved creating a variety of artistic digital artworks.   Click on the image to see each one.

Exploring multiple perspectives (which is known as "multiperspectivity" in parts of Europe) requires incorporating source materials that reflect different views of a historical event.  As Ann Low-Beer explains, "In history, multiple perspectives are usual and have to be tested against evidence, and accounted for in judgments and conclusions."

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