FILE - This is a Thursday, Feb. 22, 2007 file photo of British actor and TV Presenter Tony Robinson as he speaks to the media during the launch of the online facility for the British Army's  WWI service records at the Cabinet War Room in London. Around the world, this year's centenary of the start of World War I is an occasion for commemoration.  In Britain, where the trenches of Flanders remain an ideological battlefield, it has also sparked an argument _ about patrotism, memory and the place of humor in teaching history.  Only in Britain would the spat pit the government's education minister against Tony Robinson, the comic actor who played dim-witted soldier Baldrick in "Blackadder Goes Forth," a satirical television show about the war.(AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)

FILE - This is a Thursday, Feb. 22, 2007 file photo of British actor and TV Presenter Tony Robinson as he speaks to the media during the launch of the online facility for the British Army's WWI service records at the Cabinet War Room in London. Around the world, this year's centenary of the start of World War I is an occasion for commemoration. In Britain, where the trenches of Flanders remain an ideological battlefield, it has also sparked an argument _ about patrotism, memory and the place of humor in teaching history. Only in Britain would the spat pit the government's education minister against Tony Robinson, the comic actor who played dim-witted soldier Baldrick in "Blackadder Goes Forth," a satirical television show about the war.(AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)