If pre-1945 history is remembered through mighty military chiefs and an Egyptian obelisk, the most visible “lieu de mémoire” from post-WWII history was dedicated to a woman who fought for gender equality and for a united Europe.
After yesterday's heavily feminist Six musical, I wasn't sure what to think about going to see a half-naked Theresa May the next day. However, the show did feature social commentary compatible with progressive sensibilities.
I had been wanting to go to a proper trance/hardstyle party like this for a while - when you go out with classmates, you never end up in a place that plays this kind of music. In light of that, the festival was definitely worth seeing. In fact, it was the first real festival I had been to.
As I was listening to the history of William Wallace, I couldn’t help but think that most countries would probably have a similar gruesome story in their distant pasts. Maybe it’s not about who has the best story, but about who tells it the best.