Posts Tagged ‘Remembrance Day

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Are we remembering war the right way?

WHYS Shrine Pic_41007802_australia1_afp416Remembrance Day is a date that stands out in my mind. In my formative years in Australia, it was always a big day in the cultural life of the country. 

For Australians the Great War of 1914-1918 is a watershed in the wider historical conversation we have as a nation. It could be argued that with the blood of these many young Australians we became in our minds, truly one nation. 

And because of this, I’d be very interested to discuss whether Remembrance Day should solely be about paying tribute to those who’ve died, or whether it should also warn us against ever going back to war. Continue reading ‘Are we remembering war the right way?’




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