How has the Empire been taught in British Schools


Eggars Grammar School, Alton


This 1912 picture by F. Van der Weegen shows that the grammar schools could still be remarkably basic schools. What made them interesting was the intake of selected students who were judged to be capable of benefitting from additional education.


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