January 9, 2014

The Disturbing Relevance of World War I

Klaus Wiegrefe, Der Spiegel

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It has now been 100 years since the outbreak of World War I, but the European catastrophe remains relevant today. As the Continent looks back this year, old wounds could once again be rubbed raw.

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TAGGED: World War I, Europe, Germany

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