After World War I came to a close, politicians in Britain and various other countries refused to bring home the dead for a patriot burial, citing the cost as too great to bear during a time of recession and depression. Instead, soldiers were collected and buried near their place of death, honored with monuments which displayed their names, ranks, and birth and death dates if possible. This was in stark contrast to the mass graves in which soldiers were placed only a century earlier during the Ba...
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