The First World War came to an end one hundred years ago, but its impact is felt in so many points of friction to this day, and its lessons are never to be forgotten. This award-winning program accompanies Dutch political studies professor Koen Koch of Leiden University and a group of his Dutch and American students on a memorable tour of the battlefields of the Western Front. A confrontation with the past and the lives of soldiers who were no older than the students themselves.
Winner of a Gold Medal in the Category Education at the 2005 New York Festivals
Produced and presented by Marijke van der Meer
Original Broadcast: 2004
Professor Koen Koch (1945-2012) was head of political studies at Leiden University, professor of international relations at Groningen State University, and a member of the scientific board of In Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres, Belgium.