Seven months to change our world
In the aftermath, those who lost loved ones in that war often struggled alone to support a young family, facing the injustice of extreme poverty and hardship. Or those who did return had lives blighted by deep-seated trauma and loss. To this day, many descendants of those families still suffer the consequences, bearing the emotional scars passed down through generations. That intense, sustained suffering has shaped us and our society, and still does, often buried beneath the surface.
Which is why we have created the Lochnagar Path of Peace – a completely new form of remembrance. One that honours the dead, and heals the living. Its focus is year-round and international, for all those who wish to channel their compassion into a healing movement for peace and reconciliation.