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An article from the April, 1927 issue of THE NATION that marked the tenth anniversary of the American entry into the First World War:

"And Europe? Well, look at it. Is there any sign there that the last war is over, that the next is not on its way? Have the trustees of civilization made an arrangement under which Europe can live in peace?""

Click here to read about the regrets of the American invalids from W.W. I.

     


Looking Back at the War with Regret (The Nation, 1927)

Looking Back at the War with Regret (The Nation, 1927)

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