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New video series aims to boost knowledge of key military conflicts
The military experts at BFBS, the Armed Forces charity and media organisation, have launched a series of short animated clips to help young people learn about key military conflicts in history …
Developed with educationalists to support GCSE-level students with their syllabus, six poignant conflicts feature in the Explained in 60 Seconds series, which – as its name suggests – explains them in 60-second animated clips.
The series features fictional BFBS archivist, Professor L, who is challenged – against the clock – to explain conflicts from around the world. Professor L outlines the build-up to each conflict before embarking on her timed challenge. She reveals detailed information about the battles, casualties and the different sides involved. She also adds some interesting facts.
With many students, and their parents, concerned that they might be slipping behind in their learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the military experts at BFBS were keen to offer their support.
The clips will be released every few weeks via the BFBS Creative YouTube channel. Click here to watch the first episode and look out for others coming up in due course.
The following conflicts are due to be featured in the series:
- Op Granby
- Korean War
- Op Chariot
- Battle of Britain
- Op Palliser
- Op Masterdom.
BFBS is a military charity and broadcaster that entertains, informs, connects and champions the UK Armed Forces. We bring entertainment, news, sport and information services to the military, their families and veterans worldwide. We spread happiness and keep people in touch, building morale among the military overseas – offering them a valuable connection to life back home, and a way to share experiences and build communities.
We are also the home of military content, championing the military by keeping their activities in the public eye on our Forces digital channels and our national TV channel.
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