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World War I Leaders
World War I Leaders(16 Photos)
World War I ravaged Europe from 1914 until an armistice was signed in November 1918. In all, more than 9 million soldiers would be killed, and nearly 21 million more wounded.
Remembering the Holocaust
Remembering the Holocaust(14 Photos)
View photos from the Holocaust.
Holocaust Concentration Camps
Holocaust Concentration Camps(12 Photos)
View photos of the concentration camps operated by the Nazi regime.
WWI FirstsVideo Clip (1:18)
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WWI may have been the war to end all wars, but it was also the beginning of many military and civilian technologies.
Treaty of Versailles Ends World War I
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German resentment over harsh peace terms leads to a rise in nationalist sentiment and the eventual rise to power of Adolf Hitler.
Allies Launch Disastrous Attack at Gallipoli
Allies Launch Disastrous Attack at GallipoliVideo Clip (1:39)
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An ill-fated assault on Turkish forces leads to 500,000 casualties in World War I.
Concentration Camp Liberation
Concentration Camp LiberationVideo Clip (2:17)
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As Allied troops move across Europe, they encounter the horror of thousands of prisoners in Nazi camps.
Rwanda: The World Reacts
Rwanda: The World ReactsVideo Clip (3:17)
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In 1994, the international community is slow to end an African genocide.
Rwanda: Background to Genocide
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Years of ethnic hostility brings the African nation to the brink.
Rwanda: Remembrance and Reconciliation
Rwanda: Remembrance and ReconciliationVideo Clip (2:56)
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The African nation struggles to come to grips with the aftermath of genocide.
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Between 1915 and 1922, the majority of the Armenian population was forcibly expelled from the Ottoman Empire under orders from Turkish government leaders, and some 1.Go
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