World War One

A filial memoir of Britain’s apostle of modernism in art

A valuable – though not objective – historical record

What can we learn from the economic consequences of the First World War?

An ambitious stage version of Pat Barker’s Regeneration helps us reflect on the Great War without hectoring

The archduke’s assassination was the opening scene of a drama that has not ended. Gavrilo Princip put a bullet through Europe’s heart

We historians are failing in our responsibility to illuminate past and present by focusing on the slaughter without explaining its purpose 

Alex Salmond’s blend of flag-waving and leftist economics is all too similar to the ideologies that ravaged 20th-century Europe

The global impact of World War I changed the arts forever. Its effects are still felt a century later