A group of schoolchildren listening to a sound and light show at Manchester's Imperial War Museum using historic archive photos which tries to explain, as best it can in language they can understand, the terrible consequences of war.
I found the images extremely moving but I was glad that my own children were not with me.
(please excuse the image quality -the photo was taken using a small compact digicam - the room was so dark that I couldn't see the camera controls, neither did I have a tripod)
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