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The Western Front. World War I.

 
 
 
 
Where to start remembering?[1] One could go back at least to ancient Babylonia, and further back to the earliest agrarian community where there was class societal splitting, some working for [the sake of] others, and grain surpluses being stored up and records kept of this. Even back before that, there were probably bards remembering. I choose to start most of the time with World War I; before the start of The Great War seems too distant for me, and, after The Great War's start, all too close at hand.  
 
 
 

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  1. If you have got to here, my reader, you are 2 levels down in my A place to study pages. In this footnote, you are now 3 levels down. Good for you!
Remains of WWI soldiers are still being found in the fields of Flanders- (Alix Kroeger, 'The ghost of Ypres past return', BBC online, 15Apr06)


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