My husband Gary has a great site called "Small-Town-Big-War" featuring the nearly 200 letters written by his grandfather during WWI, the "War to End All Wars". That part didn't turn out, but nonetheless the war was fought on the largest scale ever conceived at the time. In the small town where he and many of his fellow soldiers were from, one in six people had enlisted for the war effort. The letters tell the story of a scared but courageous young man from enlistment to triumphant return. They're a unique view on the war, and a priceless heirloom. I thought some of you might enjoy taking a look.