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World War I Takes the Pop Culture Spotlight After Years of Being the ‘Neglected War'

9 days ago   |   By Fortune

If you enjoy reading novels or watching movies set during
World War II, you've had a steady bounty of prize-winning fiction and Hollywood blockbusters to choose from.
In just the past decade, there have been books about a blind girl who takes refuge in a seaside French village and prisoners of war forced to labor in the jungles of Burma, along with movies about the blood-soaked siege of Stalingrad, the heroic rescue of Allied troops stranded on the beaches of Dunkirk, Allied troops recovering priceless stolen art, English mathematicians breaking Nazi codes, a king working through his...
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