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Year in Review (100 Years Later)

With all do respect to Jim Nantz, we have a tradition like no other over at Activehistory.ca. Each year, the Man, Myth, and Legend Aaron Boyes and I put together a March Madness style bracket to determine the most important events of the year 100 years later. The rationale is simple, it takes time to truly understand the significance of any given year, which is why the year in review articles for 2015 will surely misstate the importance of a wide variety of things that may seem important now, but have no long term impact. To find out what we thing was the most important event of 1915, you can find the full post here.

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