The lessons of World War I were studied by all the major powers, but the lessons were interpreted differently. The victors concluded that modern warfare had become so horrible that they must not go to war again; the vanquished determined not to make the same mistakes in the future.
KeywordsWishful Thinking Employment Office Body Politic Major Power Night Work
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