Peace Matters Index

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ONLINE contents

- in memoriam
- conversion to peace
- send in the blue shirts
- soldiers in the laboratory
- military in schools
- monitoring toolkit
- descent intomadness
- history of movements and ideas
- science and war
- cold war modern
- history of movements and ideas
- 'New thinking' needs new direction

- complete issue pdf

The first day of the battle of the Somme is remembered as the day in which the greatest number of Englishmen died in battle; thousands of people and hundreds of schools make their way there and wonder. Why? At the lonely site in this picture a battle far bloodier than that on the Somme raged and far more Englishmen died here. It’s unlikely these men will be remembered at remembrance time. Why? Where is this.? A copy of Voices for Peace CD to first correct answer before the end of November 2008

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