A Call out for a radical historical opposition to the plans for a commemoration of the start of World War 1 From Past Tense

We know, without having to raise eyebrows much, what the official idea of commemorating World War One is likely to consist of. A celebration of sacrifice, idealizing of the armed forces, romanticisation or the alleged harmony of class relation and social co-existence pre-1914; a hymn to the national unity forged in struggle (a myth better illustrated in World War 2, but, hey, one step at a time!)”

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