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In 1915, pacifist automaker Henry Ford and a motley crew of activists took to the high seas to put an end to the First World War.
Perhaps the most complex sequence of events in history broke out on June 28, 1914, when the Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated. A century since WWI began, our world is and isn’t so different.
Uncle Sam’s “I Want You” may be the most famous poster in existence. But it was only part of a broader, global propaganda strategy to move modern minds to fight.