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Hollywood's distortion of the truth alters history in the eyes of schoolchildren
Hollywood's habit of playing with historical facts is leading schoolchildren to get it wrong too – even if
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By Richard Alleyne, bad side effects of viagra Science Correspondent Kate Blanchett in Elizabeth: Hollywood's distortion of the truth alters history in the eyes of schoolchildren
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The rest of the article can be found here:  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/film-news/5984522/Hollywoods-distortion-of-the-truth-alters-history-in-the-eyes-of-schoolchildren.html