First World War board game to be launched in Worcester

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First World War board game to be launched in Worcester

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Post by Sniper1946 » Mon Jul 13, 2015 2:20 pm

First World War board game to be launched in Worcester

AN innovative board game based on casualties in the First World War is to be launched in Worcester on Thursday.

The casualty clearing station game, an education resource created by teams at the George Marshall Medical Museum and the Infirmary Museum as part of the World War One Hundred Project, has been designed for secondary school mathematics pupils. The game is one of probability and chance, which sees the player take on the role of a First World War medical officer, making decisions, dependent on condition, about the fate of injured soldiers sent to a casualty clearing station during the war.

Pupils from Tudor Grange Academy in Worcester will help demonstrate the game at the launch event on the Castle Street Lawn at the University of Worcester’s City Campus and there will be opportunities for members of the public to have a go.
Read more: http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/ww1/news ... Worcester/
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