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Pre-WWII sentiments different than expected

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No. 1 pre-war song was ‘I didn’t raise my boy to be a soldier’
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Submitted photos- Pictured are pieces of WWII, pre-war ephemera that will be included in the Tech show in September.

August marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I. Triggered by the assassination in Sarajevo, Serbia, of Austrian Archduke Ferdinand, the War was a tragedy of incompetence, arrogance and miscalculation resulting in carnage with few parallels in history. The vindictiveness of the treaty that ended it then all but guaranteed World War II.

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