• Frank Furedi
  • Frank Furedi
  • Sociologist, commentator and author
Theme: First World War

Review: Frank Furedi’s ‘First World War - Still No End In Sight’

This isn't another example of Paxman-like, shouty revisionism about the First World War, but a brilliant essay in the history of ideas, and in the decline of ideas as a shared currency.

How the west was lost: Frank Furedi’s First World War

The Great War’s greatest legacy is uncertainty and a never-ending search for meaning. Review by Richard Overy.

Review: The first world war, 100 years on

It may be passing from living memory but 1914 still divides us. By Peter Clarke.

The Great War: a battle for meaning

It is historical idiocy to write off this war as 'incomprehensible slaughter'.

This row isn’t really about the First World War

How right and left have politicised the Great War’s centenary.

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