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World War 1 Fun Facts (Part 2)

The Great War, the First World War, World War 1, WW1...whatever you want to call it, here are ten unique and interesting facts about the Great War. Some of these are unknown yet important facts.

There were many battles that were fought during the First World War. But, one of them is considered the deadliest of them all that saw more than 57,000 causalities. Get to know some interesting facts about the First World War here in this fun facts section.

World War 1 Part 2 Fun Facts

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Periscope, which is made using mirrors, was used by soldiers to have a look over the trenches in the First World War.
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On 11 November 1918, Germany surrendered and along with Allied Nations signed the Treaty of Versailles that led to the end of the First World War.
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Britain became the first country in the world to have used tanks in World War I. France was the following country to use tanks in the war.
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The First World War was fought between 32 countries, with two major groups being the Allied Powers and the second one being the Central forces.
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The Battle of the Somme is considered the deadliest battle of the First World War and was fought between the British and the French troops.
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The alliance of the Soviet Union, along with countries such as France, Italy, Japan, and Britain, during the First World War, was collectively known as the Allied Powers.
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During the First World War, the Battle of Passchendaele, which was the Third Battle of Ypres and fought between the German empire and the Allies, began on 31 July 1917.
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As the name suggests, no man's land was the portion of the land that was not in anyone’s control and was used to refer to the trenches in the First World war.
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The United States of America entered World War I on 2 April 1917 when President Wilson announced a declaration of war on Germany.
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Germany during the First World War was in alliance with Austria, Hungary, and Bulgaria. Germany, along with its allies, was collectively known as the Central Powers.

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