World War I : Views of War
World War I : Views of War

When World War I broke out, Europe had not experienced a war involving all the major powers for nearly a century, since Napoleon’s defeat in 1815. As a result, people had an unrealistic view of warfare. Many expected the war to be short and romantic. Many men enlisted in the army because of patriotism or out of a desire to defend certain institutions. What the soldiers experienced changed their view of war forever.
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