London 4 August: No Glory - No More War event in Parliament Square on centenary of WW1 start

No Glory - No More War
Monday 4 August 6.30pm
Parliament Square London
100 years since Britain declared war
Join No Glory on WW1 centenary

Wear white poppies. Use Twitter hashtag #NoMoreWar

Monday 4 August is the centenary of the day that Britain declared war against Germany. The No Glory in War campaign will hold an event in Parliament Square to commemorate the 15 million killed in the "war to end all wars", including nearly one million British soldiers, and to say they can best be commemorated by creating a world in which there is no more war.

Join us in Parliament Square and show your opposition to further wars. Hear the truth about the First World War and the protests against it at the time. MPs, actors, historians, campaigners, war veterans and others will be speaking and reading from anti-war authors and activists in 1914-18. German historian Juliene Haubold Stolle and Neil Faulkner, author of pamphlet No Glory - the real history of WW1, will challenge current accounts of the war.

Speakers and performers include:
Sam West actorAL Kennedy writerKika Markham actorJim RadfordWorld War Two veteran • Jeremy Corbyn MP • Lindsey German Stop the War CoalitionKate Hudson CNDHannah Brock QuakersJuliene Haubold Stolle German historian • Neil Faulkner author of pamphlet No Glory