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Emma De Angelis
An interview with curator Greg Sullivan about the visual representation of conflict across the ages, as showcased by Tate Britain’s new exhibition Fighting History
A series of exhibitions in London over the past six months have acted as a reminder of the power of the visual arts in interpreting the memory of war
The recent documentary Bitter Lake is compelling, but its greatest value may be in its powerful storytelling rather than its historical account
How can Shakespeare shed light on a century-old conflict?
The famed 1963 musical Oh What a Lovely War has its roots in over a century of popular music and soldiers’ songs
The latest film adaptation of a John le Carré novel shows how different intelligence is in the post-Cold War world