Soldiers in a battle during World War 1.

World War 1 Facts

World War 1 was responsible for the collapse of four dynasties. Post this was the United States of America identified itself as the new Superpower.

Read the facts about this war that reminds us of the mistakes we made in earlier times.

World War 1 Fun Facts

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The Norwegian government did not allow its people to volunteer and participate for or against any country.
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Woodrow Wilson declared war against Germany as Germany had sunk 4 US ships after it sank the British submarine Lusitania.
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Gavrilo Princip, a German national, shot Archduke Franz Ferdinand, his wife, and their son. Archduke Franz Ferdinand was heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire
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The Battle of Verdun was fought between the Germans and the French, and it lasted for 9 months, 3 weeks, and 6 days.
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The US got involved in World War 1 after Germany's repeated attacks on its submarines.
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The three nations, Russia, Great Britain, and France, came together to stop the invasions of Germany and formed the Triple Entente.
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The Germans attacked the British submarine on May 7, 1915, believing that the ship was carrying ammunition for Britain.
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On this day, the German and The British army came together on the Western front and observed a temporary ceasefire. However, in other areas of the Western Front, the war continued.
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France and British forces confronted Germany on two fronts in the first battle of the Marne after Germany had invaded Belgium and moved towards Paris.
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The Battle of Somme was fought by the British and the French against the Germans. More than one million soldiers were either wounded or killed in this battle.

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