A CENTURY ON, WHY ARE WE FORGETTING THE DEATHS OF 100 MILLION?

This year marks a century since some women got the vote; a century since the end of the first world war; 50 years since the 1968 revolts; 70 since the founding of Israel and the NHS. All have been well marked. So it is striking that the centenary of one of the most devastating events in human history has been allowed to pass thus far with almost no public reflection of any kind…continue reading at The Guardian.