It was called "The war to end all wars," but World War I ushered in revolutions, tyrannical regimes, and an even bloodier global conflict two decades later. The Associated Press marks 100 years since the signing of the armistice.

As world leaders marked the 100th anniversary of the Great War’s end, President Emmanuel Macron of France declared that “nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism.”

The French president was among 70 world leaders at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris to mark 100 years since the end of the Great War, and he made a thinly veiled dig at his US equivalent

French President Emmanuel Macron condemns 'nationalism' with Trump present

French President Emmanuel Macron denounced nationalism Sunday, appearing to take aim at President Trump without naming him.

In Paris, Trump the 'nationalist' stood apart from others

PARIS (AP) — For President Donald Trump in Paris, America First meant largely America alone.

The European leaders face a rise in alt-right sentiment in their countries.

World leaders gather in Paris to mark 100 years since end of First World War

Trump did not shake Trudeau's hand when he arrived with wife Melania at the iconic Arc de Triomphe for the Nov. 11 ceremony

Paris Peace Forum vows ‘fightback’ against nationalist, authoritarian surge - France 24 Paris Peace Forum vows ‘fightback’ against nationalist, authoritarian surge - France 24

After marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War in a show of unity on Sunday, world leaders gathered in the French capital to hear impassioned pleas for global cooperation at a “Peace Forum” shunned by US President Donald Trump.

Europe Marks 100th Anniversary of the End of World War I

November 11 marks 100 years since the conclusion of World War I.

PARIS (AP) - The latest on commemorations a century after the end of World War I (all times local):7:30 p.m.The spokesman for Petro Poroshenko says the...

Trump, Putin absent for leaders' symbolic walk in Paris rain | Philstar.com

United in the rain, world leaders walked slowly up the Champs-Elysees in Paris to mark a century since the end of World War I -- but there were two notable absences, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.