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This six minute video imagines how World War One would have been recorded and remembered if the men and women who fought and endured it had possessed 21st century technology.

Based on a collection of letters written by a young infantryman called David Tindal, the film converts them into tweets accompanied by still photographs and video.

tWWItter was given two awards by the Imperial War Museum and aims to make World War One accessible to primary and secondary youngsters by telling a story in a medium with which they are familiar.

We believe tWWItter can inspire all sorts of activities in schools, and to get classrooms started we have created some Key Stage 2 and 3/4 teaching resources which can be downloaded here as PDFs for printing.

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