A story by British poet Merryn Williams, whose two grandfathers fought in WW1, her great-uncle was killed at Gallipoli and her grandfather-in-law was killed on 21st March 1918 in the German offensive.
Pulling no punches, revealing the horrors of war, Dalton Trumbo's 1939 Johnny Got His Gun is one of the most stunning ever fictional indictments of war.
We should remember the dead of all sides, the terrible costs of war, and we should also remember that the politicians and the military always justify these wars.
The sight of Tony Blair, who led Britain into the Iraq war and David Cameron, the bomber of Libya, laying wreaths to honor the war dead is nauseating.
It's time to expose the hypocrites sanctioning wars, arms sales and state repression while wearing red poppies and uttering platitudes.
Lindsey German explains why she won't be intimidated by the mania which sees wearing a red poppy as a test of loyalty, a definition of Britishness.
Jeremy Corbyn is under fire for criticising in 2013 the millions of pounds which the UK government was planning to spend marking the 100th anniversary of World War One.
Centenary marketing reaches a new low in the exploitation of human tragedy for profit, as Swedish fragrance brand launches its ‘Rose of No Man’s Land’.
What is at stake here are the shadowy people and organizations that misused the truth for propaganda purposes and sent thousands of young men to die.
Kitty Webster talks to author Sheila Rowbotham about a new edition of her play on the anti-war feminist Alice Wheeldon.
When conscription was introduced in 1916, almost 750,000 men were exempted from combat duty on moral grounds. Many prominent intellectuals throughout Europe were also against the war.