Europe marks two anniversaries this summer. One hundred years ago, an assassination in Sarajevo set off a chain reaction of ultimatums that precipitated a catastrophic and drawn-out conflict political theorists had deemed impossible and military experts considered obsolete and unnecessary. Seventy years ago, D-Day marked the beginning of the end of the last military operation by a major European nation aimed at seizing territory. It was the last until February, that is, when Russia’s ...
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