War is a man-made holocaust fanned into destructive flames from the ashes of past hatreds.
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This is an anthology of poetry, art and prose by and about Americans in the First World War.
A veteran of World War I speaks to his son and also to the Sons of America, telling them of war in all its phases, on the eve of World War II. He says when young men go to war, they should be mentally prepared for all of war's ugliness and brutality. They should learn war's futility from the lips of those who have seen and felt its pain. Such knowledge and mental preparedness for war is as vital a part of national defense as is the armada of modern warfare.