World War I centenary: Why Germany is not holding ceremonies

Germany will be one of the few European countries not holding ceremonies in the remembrance of World War I.

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    More than two million people died fighting for Germany in the first world war.

    For many people, it is the effects of the second world war which have defined how they remember the dead.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Munich.


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