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Cycles of Conflict

The Very Rev Dr John Chalmers reflects on war and remembrance.

IN May 1922 I wonder how many pins could been heard dropping when the Rector of St Andrews University, J M Barrie, with Field Marshal Earl Haig sitting on the platform next to him, said:

“If you must be in the struggle, the more reason you should know why, before it begins, and have a say in the decision where it is to begin. The youth who went to war had no such knowledge, no such say; I am sure the survivors, of whom there must be a number here today, want you to be wiser than they were, and are certainly determined to be wiser next time themselves.”

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