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Christine Lagarde: This is what we can still learn from the Great War

Headstones are seen at the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial, dedicated to the U.S. dead of World War I and World War II, on the outskirts of Paris France, October 24, 2018 before the centennial commemoration of the First World War Armistice Day.  REUTERS/Charles Platiau - RC1E2351F990

The 50 years leading up the to the Great War were a period of remarkable technological advance. Image: REUTERS/Charles Platiau

Christine Lagarde
President, European Central Bank
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