Canada goes to war, Great Britain looks for a new theme song, and a journalist downplays the atrocities of a nation invaded. More
World War I
To honor the centennial of World War I, We present a series of articles on the war, posted exactly 100 years after their publication.
In 1914, the magazine was eager to cover what it recognized would be a world-changing event. Over the next four years it commissioned writers to report on the war both in the Allied capitals and at the front lines. Very little of this material has been reprinted since its original publication a century ago.
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