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Once they got home from the Great War, the soldiers of Company B made a vow: They’d reunite yearly and save a trophy of their adventure — a bottle of French wine — until one man was left alive. Then he would uncork the white Burgundy and toast his departed comrades. They called themselves the Last Man’s Club. They said they would never forget the French town they liberated in 1918 or the war they fought “to end all wars.”

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