To The Editor:
Ninety-four years ago on the 11th day of the 11th month, at 11 o’clock in the morning, church and other bells rang out loud and clear and men and women went home from work. What was the occasion? The guns fell silent on the battlefields of Europe. It was the end of World War I. This had been the most terrible war the world had ever known up to that time, and it was the prevailing notion of the day that it was the war to end all wars. We know how wrong that notion proved to be, as many wars have been fought since that time.
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