Analysis: From Glasgow to Berlin - how strikes, mutinies and revolutions ended WW1
Official commemorations for the end of WW1 refuse to acknowledge how it ended
STATES around Europe have held official commemorations for the 100 year anniversary of the end of WW1 in 1918.
They have managed to do this by creating fanfares of nationalism, but somehow they have managed to avoid discussing how the war actually ended.
CommonSpace looks at how the European working class finally put an end to the slaughter in the trenches.