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Europe Remembers One of Deadliest Conflicts in Human History

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Their pain has long gone. No odor from the gas warfare they endured remains. There are no echoes of the thump of artillery, no reverberation of the clash of arms, no sound of fusillades or the rat-a-tat of the machine guns. The trenches have long been filled; the entanglements of harsh wire gone, too. All is quiet on the Western Front. But the memory remains of the industrial slaughter that was World War I. It echoes for later generations in fading black-and-white photographs, letters...

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