Lovecraft, Cthulhu & The Great War

Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land info pageWe are rapidly approaching the 100 anniversary of the start of the First World War. The conflict which ran from 1914 and ended in 1918 was known as ‘The Great War’ and the ‘War to End All Wars’ however it is sadly neither the greatest war (WW2 was bigger) nor the end of war. For most of us, the war is mainly history though we may retain family links to it (as I do).

However for the writer H.P.Lovecraft the war was within his lifetime and so exerted an influence on his work (as it did for many other writers). So I thought we’d share a few links related to Lovecraft, Cthulhu and the Great War…

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