Simon Jenkins' "apology" to Germany for "sickening avalanche of First World War worship" proves divisive

Posted on on 03 February 2014
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An article in The Guardian by Simon Jenkins has provoked nearly a thousand comments as he "apologises" to Germany as the Centenary approaches.

Users have expressed both criticism and support for Mr. Jenkins, who states that the Centenary of the First World War "will be the British at their worst: sacntimonious, self-congratulatory, worshipping at the tomb of the unknown..."

To read the full article, visit The Guardian website here.

Date of article publication: 30/01/2014

Images courtesy of The Guardian website

Posted by: Daniel Barry, Centenary News