Aftermath of WWI
"It is such moments that the human spirit triumphs over the mightiest demonstrations of material force. The fragile body, steeled by the will, stands up to the most terrific punishment."
~ Ernst Junger, Storm of Steel
World War I affected all aspects of life during the fighting and after it all occurred. The world, from average citizens, to soldiers and governments, was never quite the same after this travesty. All across the globe, "There was nothing but one terrific tornado of noise." (Kishlansky, Storm of Steel.)
With the breakout of the war, civilian life was touched all over the wo…
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