The War to End All Wars: honoring the dead by learning the lessons -chapters 1 to 4

The "war to end all wars" ushered in a century of violence on an unprecedented scale. A hundred years on, the lessons to be learned appear buried beneath a barrage of commemorative activities. MAPW believes that Australia could best honor those who died by learning from the past.

MAPW has commissioned a series of twelve papers from prominent historians, academics, former diplomats and health professional to highlight the ways in which our military and community has been affected by war.

Chapters three and four are now available. Our thanks to Douglas Newton for his paper entitled, War Profiteers and Peter Wigg for his paper the International Arms Trade Now.