Peter Rhodes on propaganda, Titanic remembered and teachers' words we never forget
THANKS for your memories of words spoken by teachers many years ago which have stuck in your memory. A reader who taught geography for 40 years describes asking one of his former pupils what, if anything, he remembered about his lessons. “I was hoping for some profound geographical memory,” he says. Instead, the pupil recalled: “I spilt some ink on the classroom carpet and you called me a berk”.