In Remembrance of the Victims of War
...not 'the Glorious Dead', but the 'Victims of War', lest the former term enables them to be enlisted posthumously to reinforce the conditions that led to their untimely demise.
Did they die for 'King and Country', or did 'King and Country' serve as the last refuge from whence they attempted to make sense of that which was beyond ours and their comprehension? For that,they deserve not our gratitude, but our heartfelt apologies.
In truth, wars do not make heroes out of wo/man, it is the humanity that struggles to survive within them despite war or 'King and country' that does it.