"I am no longer an artist interested and curious. I am a messenger who will bring back word from men fighting to those who want the war to last for-ever."
Those like the philosopher Betrand Russell, who campaigned against the war, faced an irresistible tide of patriotic fervour.
Director Stanley Kubrick's early film of WW1 injustice and corruption is now regarded as one of his best, possibly the best, film he made in a career of classics.
Review of a new play by Jan Woolf that examines the myth of Lawrence of Arabia.
Billy Bragg, Jeremy Corbyn MP and Kika Markham were among the speakers and performers at the launch of the No Glory campaign in October 2013.
Jan Woolf reviews Steve Hurst’s War Toys exhibition at the Pangolin Gallery, London
Duncan Heining says all credit to the English Touring Opera for programming this troubling and challenging work during the centenary of the "the war to end all wars".
Jan Woolf says Julia Lee Dean's "And I Shall Be Healed" deserves a place in the current World War One literary canon with Faulks and Pat Barker.
Jan Woolf says the National Portrait Gallery's exhibition is "top heavy" and has passed up the opportunity to show us how faces are truly transformed by war.
Contempt for war and those who wage it is the lasting impression made by this book, echoing the words of the last World War I veteran Harry Patch.
The Darkest Days shows how the war-hungry leaders and the right-wing press hustled the nation into war, making only the barest efforts to save the peace.
The brilliantly written three-part BBC2 drama, 37 Days - shows step by 'gentlemans' step, the process by which the European elite took us to war.
Paxman accepts the war was nothing to celebrate in 2014, but he clearly believes that it was necessary and that its million or so UK victims died in a worthy cause.
The present production is against a different backdrop of wars, and speaks to a new generation, but does so powerfully, says Lindsey German.
New novel by Lesley Nelson, dedicated to the 306 British and Empire soldiers executed for military offences in World War One and commemorated at the Shot at Dawn Memorial in Staffordshire.