Steve Paul

August 1, 2014 5:21 PM

View from World War I looks ever grim today

In reality, the echoes of that seemingly distant conflict, World War I, are all too familiar — eerily familiar at times — and we will be often reminded of them as the next four years of remembrances pile up. The lessons are worth paying attention to.

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