World War I

A Fine Balance

Krishnan Srinivasan

Ukraine and neutrality in Europe

Amit Majmudar: ‘There Are No Atheists in the Trenches’

Amit Majmudar’s tragicomic novel of friendship between a Hindu and a Muslim, during the First World War, shows a way to reconciliation and healing. The author in conversation with Urvashi Bahuguna

The Unremembered War

World War I, which ended a hundred years ago, saw the participation of 1.5 million Indians who have been forgotten

From the Frontlines With Love

An evocative homage to Indian soldiers who fought in World War I

Alexander von Humboldt: An Early Green Warrior

Rediscovering Alexander von Humboldt, the 19th century scientist and humanist who first understood the web of life

Nationalism: What Does 2016 Owe to 1916?

The centenary of the Easter Rising and lessons on the limits of nationalism

Where the poppies blow between the crosses, row on row

When Indian soldiers defended what God abandoned and risked their life in the faraway fields of the First World War a century ago


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