In the aftermath of World War II, Christians on all sides of the conflict were forced to ponder the sobering consequences of modern warfare. The
Observers call the project an example of Mennonite-Catholic collaboration in the spirit of other exchanges over the past decade or so.
It is the 31st plate known to exist of the original 104 etched by Dutch artist Jan Luyken.
Through the efforts of the Francophone Mennonite Network, working under Mennonite World Conference, such Mennonites are beginning to develop cooperative relationships.