These days gramophone records are obsolescent at best – having nearly become obsolete they are experiencing a nostalgic resurgence.
The historical record is one that will never become obsolete but it IS one that some agencies seek to corrupt and rewrite to suit their own agendas.
Not enough people seem to care that the records of history are really important if we are to avoid the mistakes of the past – such as world wars.
A frightening trend appears to be sweeping the world with new generations often seeming to align themselves with suspect organisations. Organisations that would, for their own (and sometimes unknown) purposes deny the lessons of recent history – that which has happened in the last hundred years.
If the record is not truthfully maintained and honestly taught, and the lessons of that history are not fully understood then the future record will speak of the repetition of untold tragedy – of a history unlearned and a record ignored.