International review of the Red Cross [Vol. 101, no. 910 (Memory and war), 2019]
There are a wide range of humanitarian issues related to remembering armed conflict: From the long-term impact of hostilities on both civilians and members of armed forces, to missing persons, to the prospects for transitional justice and reconciliation, just to name a few. In this edition, the Review unpacks the ways individual and collective memory of armed conflict impacts the lives of those affected and looks at some commemoration and remembrance practices implemented by authorities and communities.