The history of World War I in Europe

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Ninety years on, Gallipoli campaign still grips nation's imagination
Agence France Presse, Sunday 24 April 2005. The Gallipoli campaign of World War I still exercises a powerful grip on Australia's national psyche, but it unclear why, given that it wa a very costly stalemate.
The Christmas Truce
Excerted from Dave G. Stratman, We can change the world, 1991. On Christmas Day, 1914, in the first year of World War I, German, British, and French soldiers disobeyed their superiors and fraternized with the enemy along two-thirds of the Western Front.
Honoring WWI heroes: mutineers!
Workers World, editorial, 19 November 1998. The 80th anniversary of the armistice ending World War I—now called Veterans' Day in the U.S., has sparked a controversy among the French ruling parties as to whether mutineer soldiers of 1917 should be pardoned for refusing to join that bloody, imperialist slaughter.