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Who was the soldier at the end of World War 1- The War To End All Wars?

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There were many soldiers at the end of the World War 1 during the end of the world war.

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It is not really possible to tell the last soldier who died at the end of the World War 1.


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Yes world war 1 was suppose to put an end to all wars.


The irony is the war didn't end all wars and the peace treaty that ended the War to End all Wars was a contributing cause of the Second World War.


I believe that wars will take place as long as humans inhabit the world.


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I think because the phrase "to end all wars" is a euphemism for "mother of all wars" as an example. It was the biggest war the world had ever seen. Even if it was meant to be taken literally, it was coined during WWI, at a time they could not imagine the world today.


The "war to end all wars" was supposedly what is referred to as the first world war, or WWI. It is obviously not the case that WWI ended wars. This phrase, or something like it, started with H.G. Wells, I believe.


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World War I was called "The War to End All Wars". It did not.



No, WWII, Korea, Vietnam all came afterward.


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