FROM Michael Neiberg
America Commemorates the Sacrifices of Its Men in Uniform Only a single American veteran survives from World War I, the conflict that ended 90 years ago today, after eight million soldiers had lost their lives in four years of fighting. On the aircraft carrier Intrepid, now a museum in New York Harbor, President Bush described how this holiday got the name Veterans' Day . Michael Neiberg is Professor of History and Co-director of the Center for the Study of War and Society at the University of Southern Mississippi
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