Sunday, June 29, 2014
Above: a screen shot of the Wall Street Journal's 100 YEars, 100 Lagacies: The Lasting Impact of World War 1.
The Wall Street Journal has three photos from World War 1 on its front page this weekend. Saturday marked 100 years that Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated. This event is acknowledged as the spark that started "the War to End All Wars."
And we all know how wrong that would be.
The Wall Street Journal has a fascinating online resource: 100 Legacies of the Great War. There is so much there that resonated from then until now. Take a look.
Posted by Mike Lynch at 8:38 AM