A new No Glory pamhlet, written by Neil Faulkner, sets the record straight on the Battle of the Somme, which by any rational assessment, represents a world gone mad.
Historian Neil Faulkner is the author of the best-selling No Glory pamphlet The Real History of the First World War
Paxman accepts the war was awful and nothing to celebrate in 2014, but he clearly believes that the war was necessary and that its million or so British victims died in a worthy cause.
In the centenary of World War One, historians today are re-writing the story as a "good war". But the poets had the deeper reality says Neil Faulkner
The BBC's Jeremy Paxman has joined the revisionist pack with publication of Great Britain's Great War. His arguments are ignorant, shallow, and childish, argues First World War archaeologist Neil Faulkner.
Military historian Max Hastings and education minister Michael Gove say we should should blame the Germans for World War I and celebrate the victory for 'freedom' and 'democracy'. Neil Faulkner disagrees..