Militarism continues to creep into schools and colleges and further embed military approaches and interests within the education system.
Our war-making elite remembers Waterloo because it was a rare success to be followed by a long record of bloody and costly failure.
There is no one story — no one memory — of the First World War that can express the multiplicity of voices that should be heard.
During World War One, while thousands of New Zealand workers were losing their lives, others profited very well out of the war.
The myth continually raised is that those who have served in the military, particularly in war, have done so to protect and preserve the Australian way of life.
Imperial War Museum launches world’s most comprehensive archive on 16,500 British pacifists who refused to serve in Great War, often at huge personal cost.