The Great War and the Use of Video Games as Historical and Educational Resources: A Conversation
Keywords:Great War, Video games, Historical and educational resources
AbstractIro Filippaki and Stefan Aguirre Quiroga exchange their views on the potentiality of video games as historical and educational resources in the study of the First World War.
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