Bob Chandler Posted 14 May , 2019 Share Posted 14 May , 2019 Hello all, After many many trips to the Front over the years (particularly Ypres), taking friends along, small groups etc., we’re doing our very first visit in July with friends who have children - two boys, 13 and 15. Looking for some advice - is there any particular reading you’d recommend for that age group to help them relate to what happened, which they could do before we go? And how do you explain / show them things there without completely traumatising them? I’ve asked their parents if they have any relatives who served in the war as I thought it might help to bring it down to an individual human scale. Many thanks ps meant to say - they’re good lads you could take anywhere so I have no concerns about how they’ll behave when we’re there - I just want them to get something out of the trip. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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