Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts
Russian writers on war
Leo Tolstoy: The Law of Love and the Law of Violence
Leo Tolstoy: Two Wars and Carthago Delenda Est
Leo Tolstoy: Patriotism or Peace
Leo Tolstoy: “Thou Shalt Not Kill”
Leo Tolstoy: Murder and vengeance are not the will of the people
Leo Tolstoy: The Beginning of the End
Leo Tolstoy: Letter on the Peace Conference
Leo Tolstoy: Christian cannot be a murderer and therefore cannot be a soldier
Leo Tolstoy: Idealization of military malefactors is shameful
Leo Tolstoy: Prescription for peace
Matthew Arnold: Tolstoy’s commandments of peace
Romain Rolland on Leo Tolstoy: How is it they are able to retain the lust of destroying their fellows?
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