The play is set in a museum where ghosts and passions are unwittingly summoned as archaeological relics are unpacked.
The 1920s Outlawry Movement sought to replace war with arbitration, by first banning war and then developing a code of international law and a court with the authority to settle disputes.
It is the lost rebels - and the ones who will step forward in the future - who deserve to be celebrated on remembrance day, says ex-soldier Joe Glenton.
Judged from the perspective of those first wearers of the poppy – that the red flower should be a declaration of hope that wars should never happen again – the poppy has been a sad failure.
Some of the Black servicemen made the ultimate sacrifice but, with the passage of time, with the exception of Walter Tull, their contributions have been forgotten.
Public opinion in the first world war was manufactured and managed through communications strategies that aimed for the gut rather than the brain.
The more the body was exposed, by both modern weaponry and new, more practical fashions, the more similar the male and female form seemed to become.
Roelof Bakker’s new photo-book, How Many Hopes Lie Buried Here Mother is testament to the millions of deaths of World War One, and for anyone affected by war, both soldiers and civilians.
A protester in the guise of a WW1 soldier reminded the gathering crowds and media, as Chilcott delivered his damning verdict on the invasion of Iraq, of the timeline between the first world war centenary and the invasion of Iraq.
On 30 July 1916, when titanic explosions shook the US east coast, it seemed the battlefields of Europe had reached New York City.
Just as some historians claim the first world war was a "necesarry evil", Tony Blair tries to justify his illegal war in Iraq, which killed more than one million people.
When Tony Blair posed for a photo opportunity with Harry Patch, Britain's longest surviving WW1 soldier, he got more than he bargained for.