The Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are assassinated in Sarajevo. The Serb Nationalist Gavril Princip fires the shots that will plunge the world in what will later be called, "The War To End All Wars." By 1918 the world is changed forever. Gone is Austro-Hungrian Empire, along with the Ottoman Turks. In Russia, Czar Nicholas along with his wife and family are killed. Russia falls to the evil that is Communism. Germany and Austria supported a man we call Vladimir Lennin. It will decades for this evil to fail. Millions are dead. I would ask all members of this forum to take time and remember those killed in this war. They served, stood up and defended our country. These Young Men and Women stood for their country. They lie in Flaunders Field, they died loving their country. They died fighting for their country. To remember those who were gassed (my Grand Father among them, he later became a Methodist Minister). I can remember Rev. H.M. Lewis, fighting for the very breath he needed for his sermons. He never stopped. He preached the word of his Living God. He made me proud. He died in 1985, after preaching his last sermon. To remember the millions dead, the horror that what became World War One. The horror of WWII was shallow in comparison to WWI. No quarter given, none taken. I respectfully ask those members of this forum who had family in that war, take time to honor what they did. They saved our very lives. I ask all members of this forum to remember, the sacrafice of those Americans in France who died. To remember those who suffered the Gas Attacks. To remember, that without those who are willing to serve, Democracy will never survive without those willing to step up and defend it. They saved our lives. May they lie in honored peace, where the poppies grow.