Editor's Letter - Coming full circle

World War I was arguably the first war that was waged on an industrial level. This was especially the case in the trench warfare of the Western Front, where the cumulative casualties from the Allied and German armies were measured by the million. Understandably, the extent of the destruction and the massive loss of life - historians estimate that 40 million soldiers were killed, injured, or went 'missing' during the four-year conflict - had a long-lasting effect on the collective European

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