A Lost Generation

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World War I came to an end on November 11, 1918 and on November 3 at 11 am, Noble Horizons will commemorate this centennial with History Professor Hamish Lutris who will present, “The Lost Generation”.

The First World War not only caused death and destruction to those fighting; the war’s effect on culture and thinking were catastrophic. The war was the end of an era, and to many, the end of one of the great periods of European civilization. Psychology, culture, philosophy--all of these took dramatic turns as a result of the war. This talk will discuss the war and its ending at the Versailles Conference, as well as its after-effects in the cultural, economic, and political spheres, which would ultimately result in the outbreak of war only twenty years after the close of the War to End All Wars.

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