It was called "The war to end all wars," but World War I ushered in revolutions, tyrannical regimes, and an even bloodier global conflict two decades later. The Associated Press marks 100 years since the signing of the armistice.

100 years later, World War I still holds a warning for our world

On Sunday, as with so many other people attending ceremonies and commemorations of the end of the First World War around the world, the writer attended a concert featuring the Johannesburg Symphony Choir, the Johannesburg Festival Orchestra, soloist Nicholas Nicholaides, and reader Richard Terry, conducted by Richard Cock. Such a moment helps focus on the impact that war had — and continues to have still — a century later.

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Gen. Pershing thought the World War I armistice was premature. He was right, and a bloodier war ensued.

Warning over resurging ‘old demons’ as leaders remember First World War Warning over resurging ‘old demons’ as leaders remember First World War

The Paris weather, grey and damp, seemed aptly fitting when remembering a war fought in mud and relentless horror.

In remembering WWI, world warned of resurging ‘old demons’

PARIS (AP) — World leaders with the power to make war but a duty to preserve peace ...

On 11 November 1918, jubilant crowds across Britain celebrated the end of the war. But many new struggles were just beginning

Leaders of France and Germany in poignant show of unity 100 years after WW1

By Michaela Cabrera COMPIEGNE, France (Reuters) - One hundred years after the guns of World War One fell silent, the leaders of France and Germany