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Make Your Own List. It's been years since World War I ended, but there is still very little consensus about what caused it, or what its consequences were. Historian Jonathan Boff talks us through the latest books and best modern interpretations of World War I. Interview by Sophie Roell. With a hundred years of perspective and lots of historical research done, can we now say what World War I was about?
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