It is important to remember how today's chaos in the Middle East came about, and why adding yet more warfare to the current crisis will perpetuate exactly what the “Great Loot” set out to do 100 years ago
By early 1916 a flagging British war machine had to resort to conscription to round up enough men for the trenches of Europe. Chris Fuller looks at the machinations of the politicians and the resistance they faced.
We need to honour and emulate those who rejected the call to kill and be killed in the First World War, says David Rosenberg.
The Middle East today is on fire. Historian Neil Faulkner explains how this vortex of violence extending from Central Asia to West Africa originated in the first world war.
T.E. Lawrence has in some ways become the patron saint of the US Army in its wars on Afghanistan and Iraq.
An unusual Christian service linked the courage and conviction of WW1 conscientious objectors to peacemaking in the present and future.