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The War on Polio

The global campaign is on the brink of polio eradication. Can the lessons learned help us tackle Ebola?  More

The Great War: December 12, 1914

In this week’s dispatch from the German lines, Irvin S. Cobb reports on a crude device the French were using and excuses for increased collateral More

The Great War: October 31, 1914

The Post publishes its first piece of World War I fiction, a war reporter experiences in Belgium, and a U.S. senator predicts an economic boom. More

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The Great War: October 10, 1914

A forgotten American humorist returns to turmoil in Belgium, the war finds an unofficial theme song, and a doctor’s optimistic prediction of death is proved More

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