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Author Topic: How are the Germans celebrating 100 years since the ending of World War 1?  (Read 149 times)

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I think the BBC's coverage and the special from the Albert Hall has been nothing short of magnificent. And the documentaries and the sentiments and stories from relatives of WW1 victims has been heart wrenching.

And then I suddenly thought, hang on, how are the Germans celebrating 100 years since the ending of World War 1?

I can imagine that they might not feel they have quite as much reason to celebrate as much as we the victors do.

So, question time. How are the Germans celebrating 100 years since the ending of World War 1? 
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