'Why Germany forgot the First World War'

Posted on centenarynews.com on 07 March 2013
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An article in Die Welt addresses the issue of the German failure to remember the First World War. Thomas Schmid explores why and how the war has been forgotten in Germany. He details the significance of the war in German history and urges the German public and government to rally together in order to commemorate the centenary. 

For the original article by Thomas Schmid, click here

Images courtesy of Die Welt website.

Posted by: Anna Bearfield, Centenary News

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