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Rest in Peace

The cemeteries of the Western Front tell a brutal truth: the sheer scale of the killing in World War I.  You wander down row upon row upon row of identical white headstones or crosses, gaze up at commemorative walls listing name after name after name. Huge monuments in honor of the dead went up in Belgium and France in the 1920s and 1930s, and stonemasons were still carving names on them when the second world war broke out in …Read More


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Betsy Woodman spent ten childhood years in India, studied in France, Zambia, and the United States, and now lives in her native New Hampshire. Read more »

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