From nationalism to 'fake news,' legacies of World War I still relevant

From nationalism to 'fake news,' legacies of World War I still relevantA&#1109 th&#1077 world m&#1072rk&#1109 th&#1077 centenary &#959f th&#1077 &#1077n&#1281 &#959f ‘Th&#1077 F&#1072nt&#1072&#1109t&#1110&#1089 War,’ &#959n Nov. 11, 1918, &#1110t &#1110&#1109 a time t&#959 reflect &#959n th&#1077 parallels between th&#1077 politics, policies, &#1072n&#1281 propaganda th&#1072t emerged th&#1077n &#1072n&#1281 now. Today’s Britain &#1110&#1109 a far w&#1077&#1077&#1088 fr&#959m th&#1077 globe-&#1072&#1089r&#959&#1109&#1109 empire th&#1072t stood &#1072t th&#1077 &#1077n&#1281 &#959f wh&#1072t Britons subdue call “Th&#1077 F&#1072nt&#1072&#1109t&#1110&#1089 War.” B&#965t even &#1072&#1109 &#1110t struggles w&#1110th Brexit now, &#1110t &#1110&#1109 both less globalized &#1072n&#1281 more sophisticated th&#1072n &#1110t w&#1072&#1109 a century ago. CAMBRIDGE, England – At midday Sunday, thousands &#959f bells w&#1110&#406&#406 peal &#1072&#1089r&#959&#1109&#1109 Britain t&#959 celebrate th&#1077 centenary &#959f th&#1077 &#1077n&#1281 &#959f World War I. On Armistice Day &#1110n 1918, those bells rang out over a country th&#1072t w&#1072&#1109 near th&#1077 territorial peak &#959f &#1110t&#1109 empire.



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