The War That Didn’t End All War German

One hundred years ago, on April 6, 1917, the United States formally entered World War I. That global confrontation was supposed to put an end to armed conflict between nations, yet it proved to be just one more in a seemingly endless succession of hostilities. In this collection of articles from past issues, Vision takes a closer look at “the war to end all war” and at the human proclivity for conflict.