The Loss Of Life, From World War I To World War III. What Would Happen If A Third World War Were To Break Out?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Globalresearch.ca -

The largest loss of life was incurred by Russia (1.7 million killed), France (1.4 million killed), Germany (1.7 million) Austro-Hungarian empire (1.2 million) (see table below). What the leaders [...]

WWI Through Arab Eyes

By Staff, Al Jazeera English -

World War One Through Arab Eyes - Episode One: The Arabs World War One was four years of bitter conflict from 1914 to 1918. Called 'The Great War' and the 'war to end all wars', it is often [...]

Trump, World War I And The Lessons Of Poetry

By Thomas Scott Tucker, Counterpunch.org -

In plain English: How sweet and honorable it is to die for one’s country: death pursues the man who flees, spares not the hamstrings or cowardly backs of battle-shy youths. Poets are all too [...]

“Ain’t No Such Thing As A Just War” – Ben Salmon, WWI Resister

By Kathy Kelly, www.informationclearinghouse.info -

By Kathy Kelly for Information Clearing House - July 10, 2017 "Information Clearing House" - Several days a week, Laurie Hasbrook arrives at the Voicesoffice here in Chicago. She often takes off [...]

100 Years Ago, In Spring Of 1917: Why Did America Go To War In 1917?

By Dr. Jacques R. Pauwels, www.globalresearch.ca -

By Dr. Jacques R. Pauwels for Global Research - For the overwhelming majority of the people of the United States, however, the entry of their country into the war was hardly a wonderful thing. [...]

The Abolition Of Militarism

By Mairead Maguire, www.counterpunch.org -

We are all aware that this is the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo which led to the start of the First World War in l9l4. What started here in Sarajevo [...]