World leaders gathered in Paris today for the ceremony marking 100 years since the end of World War One.
More than 60 heads of State and government gathered. The mood was silent, somber and reflective for a ceremony at the tomb of the unknown soldier. The mute and powerful symbol of sacrifice of the millions who died from 1914 through 1918.
The “War to End All Wars” touched every continent of the world. There were very few corners of the Earth untouched by that War. Two short decades later, World War II affected the globe.