‘The war to end all wars’ reflected a century later

WAR MEMORIES— Nigel Boucher, founder/ curator of the Museum of Military History in the Simi Valley Town Center, shows a World War I Marine cap that belonged to a veteran. The item is part of the WWI memorabilia collection on display Nov. 5. At right is a wartime gas mask.

One-hundred years on, the farm fields of Flanders, a Flemish region in northern Belgium, continue to belch the deadly unexploded shells dropped by Allied and Central forces during World War I.

To this day, bomb units are ...

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