Ferdinand Buisson Quote: “For a long time, it was…”

For a long time, it was believed that war was waged by armies which could not be identified with the nation itself. Professional soldiers took upon themselves the job of defending national interests, and it was understood that the war affected only them; the country itself went on living and working.

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Name: Ferdinand Buisson
Profession: Activist
Nationality: French
Birthday: December 20, 1841
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