For families of soldiers lost in WWI, a legacy of sacrifice
Clip: 11/09/2018 | 10m 6s
A century ago, the conflict then known as the Great War was finally coming to an end, after four years and 17 million deaths. Among those who fought in many of the most important battles was the great-grandfather of special correspondent Malcolm Brabant. He shares a personal report on the legacy of the war that was supposed to end all wars.
Aired: 11/09/18Video has closed captioning.
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