Margaret MacMillan

Former Warden of St Antony’s College, University of Oxford
“As I began to become conscious it was the late 1940s The story of Europe was a complicated one. It was a place that had produced dreadful wars. It was a place that had produced the Holocaust. It was a place also, however, that had produced many great ideas that had shaped our society." - Margaret MacMillan
Time Question
0:03 What was your formative European moment when you were young?
0:51 What was the main European narrative at this time?
1:35 What was the reception of the European Union in Canada?
2:54 Has living in Europe changed your perception?
3:49 How do the differing narratives of Europe coexist?