A new paper published in the ‘Aftermath’ special edition of Stand To! The Journal of the Western Front Association offers a comparative perspective on the wounding and healing of
It’s that time of year again, remembrance season is upon us and it seems to me that the politics of remembrance this year is almost
The battlefields of France and Belgium attract many thousands of visitors each year. For most of these people the journeys are one-off pilgrimages, but for
Most of us will be familiar with the phrase ‘Their name liveth for evermore’ – suggested by Rudyard Kipling as the ‘fine thought or words
John (Jack) Simpson Kirkpatrick has become part of the ANZAC legend of the First World War and arguably one of Australia’s most loved war heroes.
This is the grave of Herbert Graham Barber at Authuile Cemetery on the Somme, his epitaph reads: ‘Death is only an incident in life’ The