Phil Aisthorpe writes on Liberal Democrat Voice:
The EU referendum was decided by the baby boomers, the generation to which I belong and a generation that has spent a lifetime romanticising about a conflict in which it had little or no involvement. I spent my boyhood immersed in the glory of World War II.'Baby boomer" is now used too widely and I am not sure I see cause and effect here.
But it is true that in the 1960s I spent many primary school playtimes refighting Word War II. Whenever we played war we knew the enemy was the Germans.
That is certainly not the case now. Schools are not keen on playing war and I even here stories of ones that are not that keen on playtime.
So when did things change?