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How tech influences the way we view conflict

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November 11 2018 marked the 100th Armistice Day since the end of World War I (WWI). It struck me how – despite all being tragic – most wars and conflicts have quite a different ‘feel’ in the public psyche.

I think a significant part of this is due to the technology available at the time, influencing how wars are communicated

 

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