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Scott Fitzgerald said that World War I could never be repeated because it would be impossible to get ordinary men to do it again. There have, of course, been many other wars, but this book provides some evidence of why Fitzgerald was right. Find your local bookstore at booksellers. Also by Will Davies.
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