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|1914 28 Jul
||The Great War (1914–18) broke out in Europe. (28 July, 1914 to 11 November, 1918)
Austria declared war on Serbia.
See Reading Reality in Times of Crisis: ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the Great War by Amín Egea.
The world experienced horrors the like of which had never been seen with a long list of military engagements.
The Battle of Verdun (February to December 1916) 130,000 unknown dead on both sides
The first Battle of the Somme (July to November 1916) 1,000,000 casualties in four months
The naval battle of Jutland (31 May to 1 June) 21 ships sunk.
|Europe; Austria; Serbia
||World War I; War (general); History (general); Amin Egea
|2021. 10 May
||The publication of two new articles in The Bahá'í World:
“Reading Reality in Times of Crisis: ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the Great War” looks at how ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s analysis of the crises of His time was profoundly distinct from contemporaneous “progressive” movements and thinkers. The author, Amín Egea, describes how ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s warnings about the causes of war could not be understood by societies immersed in paradigms of thought totally different from the ones He presented.
“Paying Special Regard to Agriculture: Collective Action-Research in Africa”; The author, Sanem Kavrul, focuses on Bahá’í social action efforts in the field of agriculture in Africa, surveying developments across the continent and focusing on several specific examples in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
||Bahai World; Amin Egea; Sanem Kavrul
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