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July 28, 1914: The Single Bullet That Killed 16 Million

By Edward Hudgins

An assassin’s bullet a century ago sparked World War I. That conflict led to 16 million military and civilian deaths, plus nearly 20 million wounded. And the misery and horror of the war resulted in another casualty: confidence in the Enlightenment enterprise and human progress was heavily damaged. Read more >

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