Winston Churchill has been excused, used and apologised for with robotic repetitiveness, drawn upon as a historical oracle
Matthew Crampton reviews a year of activity countering attempts by government, politicians and historians to glorify the First World War in the year of its centenary
Now the Christmas truces of 100 years ago have been sentimentalised by Sainsbury's supermarket, Jeremy Clarke says we need to remember the reality.
As classic anti-war dance anthem All Together Now is re-released, Nick Megoran says why commemorating the 1914 Christmas truces is so important.
Arms companies still exist to sell weapons, irrespective of of national boundaries, and selling to all sides in a conflict has not abated since the First World War.
The best way to honour veterans is not to start more wars: so why no parades to celebrate those who tried to prevent wars and those who refused to fight?