We found the scatter of rusted shards at the edge of a swamp. It reeked of death, in a cold, metallic way that only human beings would inflict.
Like the Century, the Atlantic has been around a while. But they've got some much older archives posted online than we do. (We're working on it, slowly but surely.) Here's an astonishing example: from 1939, a firsthand account the Atlantic published of a German Jew's time in a concentration camp just before the war.