War Never Changes


A graffiti on the wall of a fortress of Verdun discovered by an American magazine reporter in 1945:

Austin White – Chicago, Ill. – 1918
Austin White – Chicago, Ill. – 1945
This is the last time I want to write my name here.


The New York Times, August 14, 1985

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10 thoughts on “War Never Changes

  1. Whenever I learn about the World Wars, that thought passes my mind: Soldiers who fought in WWI, perhaps believing that it was indeed the war to end all wars, also saw the battlefield led than three decades later in WWII. That would make a worthwhile story…


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