News Archive: News Articles
This page lists all news articles that have been published for this project.
Update Log 2018
by: Jon Brunberg | 2018-07-21 15:47:03
It's time for the annual update of the databases and functions at this site, and as usual the update will proceed in steps. This article is a log of the changes and will be updated continously.
The update of the war database has commenced and will continue for the month of June 2017.
Since around 25% of you who visit this website use smaller screens or mobile phones, according to my visitor tracker, it's about time that you'll get a better browsing experience.
by: Jon Brunberg | 2016-07-11 11:38:30
Right before christmas last year this website had to be relocated to a new server. Things happened in the process.
In the middle of June Uppsala University’s Conflict Data Program (UCDP) released therir latest datasets for armed conflicts and battle-deaths including data for 2012.
A greatly improved master plan for the Polynational War Memorial is currently being produced and I’m proud to present a couple of snapshots from the ongoing work.
This is the full interview with Peter Tonkin of TZG Architects in Sydney that was made in 2003.
We´re now introducing the nifty memorial-by-country map that allows you to find a list of memorials for a specific country by clicking on it on a map.
You can now view an excerpt from the video "Polynational War Memorial, Part 3: the Interfaith Centre". The Quicktime player is needed to view the video.
I´m happy to announce that the first of the design commissions for the Polynational War Memorial will be presented at the art festival Node.Stockholm in Stockholm Jan 15 - Feb 15.
The architect group Servo's Stockholm office was commissioned to design the main memorial for the Polynational War Memorial, and delivered an exciting design proposal in April 2007.
The Polynational War Memorial project will be the the theme for a one-day workshop for master students in fine arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.
Website updatesAs you may already have noticed we have updated the website's interface and added one new section to the web site.
by: Jon Brunberg | 2007-01-06 01:00:00
The Amsterdam based architecture magazine A10 has published an article about the Polynational War Memorial written by its Sweden correspondent Claes Sörstedt.
A series of images from the opening day of the memorial.
Celebration ceremonies were taking place all over Vietnam today as the country remembers the end of the war with the US thirty years ago.
The well-known US activist Marla Ruzicka was honoured at a memorial service in Lakeport, California on Saturday the 23d.
Demonstrations and manifestations in protest against the US led coalition's occupation in Iraq were held in many cities all around the world on the second anniversary of the invasion on March 19 2003.
This was press release was sent to us on Thursday 17th March 2005. The release can be read in its whole at www.iraqbodycount.
Nw death toll figures have been estimated by the UN and other bodies regarding in the war in Sudan's Darfur region .
The world commemorated yesterday January 27 the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps by the Soviet armed forces.
17. Dezember 2004 By Michael Jeismann
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
The last steles of the central Holocaust Memorial in Berlin were erected on Wednesday.
This article is from USA Today 12/13/2004.
The perhaps best blog I've found that tries to give an overview of what is happening in Iraq on a daily basis is Today in Iraq.
Blogging is an increasingly popular phenomenon on the internet.
The official opening of the Kigali memorial center will be on April 6 in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda.