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100 Jahre Friedensbewegung 1914-2014

Erstellt am 04.04.2014 von Andreas Hermann Landl
Dieser Artikel wurde 2842 mal gelesen und am 05.08.2014 zuletzt geändert.

Peter van den Dungen:

100 Years of War – 100 Years of Peace and the Peace Movement, 1914 – 2014

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. … It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results. –Andrew Carnegie

Since this is a strategy conference of the peace and anti-war movement, and since it is being held against the background of the centenary of the First World War, I will confine my comments largely to issues the centenary should focus on and to the way in which the peace movement can contribute to the anniversary events which will be spreading out over the coming four years. The numerous commemorative events not only in Europe but around the world offer an opportunity to the anti-war and peace movement to publicise and advance its agenda.

It seems that so far this agenda is largely absent from the official commemorative programme, at least in Britain where the outlines of such a programme were first presented on 11th October 2012 by Prime Minister David Cameron in a speech at the Imperial War Museum in London[1].


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