100 years ago this month, a war began that shattered all sorts of illusions in Western Civilization. That “Great,” quite rather than a superlative of “good,” is connoted to imply anything but the mammoth scale of the event and its resulting painful, festering, living legacy.
“The War to End All Wars,” a title that naively suggested that the living memory of suffering and atrocity is the strongest safeguard against it.
See even more here: World War I propaganda posters.
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