Sleeve print: 1914-18 The War That Did Not End All Wars
A design from renowned illustrator and Philosophy Football collaborator Dan Murrell. A silhouette of an unknown soldier, with a football instead of a rifle in hand, a single red poppy to remind us of the terrible physical and psychological damage that the 'War to End All Wars' resulted in. The soldier, place and date are unspecified. He'd sooner be playing football, away from the horror. And of course famously on Christmas Day 1914 soldiers from both sides did just that, a brief but hugely symbolic episode of rank-and-file resistance to the juggernaut of war which left 22 million dead. He'd rather be playing football but all his mates who would play in his team would soon be be dead at Loos, or Vimy Ridge. or the Somme, or Passchendaele.
Unisex sizes small (36 inch chest/90cms), medium (40inch/100cms), large (44inch/110cms), XL (48 inch/120cms) and XXL (52inch/130cms). Plus! Women's fitted style (34-36 inch chest/70-90cms). Available as listed in drop-down menu below.
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Product Code: 985