Military Historian, Douglas Scott (1930-2010), on the debate about his grandfather, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig.
Earl Haig (1918-2009) talks about his own experiences of war, The Earl Haig Fund and recent conflicts.
Earl Haig unveils Peebles war memorial and lays a wreath after inspecting a parade of war veterans. Crowds line the streets to watch. Pipes and drums lead the parade of veterans. Shows young people at the event.
The war memorial in the Borders town of Galashiels is unveiled by Field Marshal Earl Haig.
Unveiling ceremony of the Cameronians ‘Scottish Rifles’ regimental memorial by Field Marshal Earl Haig, in the grounds of Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow. Shows crowds and laying of wreaths.
The ‘Journey’ Challenge. Learners are challenged to watch the Poppyscotland film ‘The Journey’ to help them answer some ‘Big Questions’, like ‘Why is it important to remember? Teacher’s notes and students’ notes are combined into one easy to download document which is available as a Word or PDF file.
The Scots on the Western Front Debate Challenge. Learners are challenged to research Scots on the Western Front and discuss their contribution to the overall success of the British army on the Western Front. Teacher’s notes and students’ notes are combined into one easy to download document which is available as a Word or PDF file.
Earl Haig: Brilliant or Butcher Debate for Second & Third Level. Using the resources contained within this challenge write a speech (For & Against) for an upcoming debate on the founder of Poppyscotland: Earl Haig. Teacher’s notes and student’s notes contained within the one challenge document.