Should I stay or I should go? The problem with historical monuments in 2020

In a BBC History Magazine virtual lecture, Keith Lowe discusses why statues relating to empire and the Second World War have become contested ground

Statue of Winston Churchill at Parliament Square, London (Photo by Dreamstime)

In a BBC History Magazine virtual lecture he delivered earlier this year, historian and author Keith Lowe discusses why statues relating to empire and the Second World War have become contested ground in recent years.

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