Writing Prompt: Historical Confusion

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Writing Prompt: Historical Confusion

Writing prompt It has been said that "the winners write the history books". In other words, how can we be sure the things we read in history books are what really happened?

Choose a story about a historical event/character, and re-invent it. (Here's an example, if you need ideas: George's Firewood)

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