It was known as the Great War—or even The War to End All Wars, even though, of course, it didn’t. It did, however cost 9 million lives, devastated Europe and drew in all the world’s great powers of the day.
Next summer marks the 100th Anniversary of World War I. But how do you remember something that no one alive has first-person experience with?
The answer includes the hiring this month of new staff to head up the effort and start making plans and putting them into action.