The Website about the First Great War.



World War I Brief Information :

  • Begin: 28.07.1914 Austria-Hungary / Serbia

  • 01.08.1914 Germany / Russia

  • Armistice Agreement 11.11.1918

  • End: De Versailles Agreements 28.06.1919




Effects of World War 1

Comprehensive information about effects of World War 1: After World War 1 one of the effects of World War One was that Germany faced a huge reparations bill, due to war guilt and the Treaty of Versailles.



Effects of World War 1



The harsh peace conditions severely hampered any chance that Germany had of an economic rebirth, promoting a social climate in which a nationalist policy once again flourished.

Effects of World War 1 - Currency

As an example, here is a first impression of the situation after World War 1 finished. During the period 1922-1923, the German currency, the Deutschsmark was valued at approximately 4.2 billion Marks against 1 US dollar.



Effects of WW1



This hyperinflation served only to increase the domestic discord, and made rebuilding Germany a seemingly impossible task (see also causes of WW1).

Effects of WW1 - Territories

As part of the reorganisation of Europe and holdings after World War 1, many territories and populations with them were shuffled about (see World War I summary). Austria was forbidden to make a political connection with Germany. South Tyrol was ceded to Italy.


Causes and Effects of World War 1


The former Ottoman Empire was reinvented as Turkey, and limited to a region around Istanbul and Central Anatolia. These limits, however, were not recognised by Turkish nationalists, who would later extend Turkish holdings with a military victory over the Greeks in 1919 ("What started World War 1").




World War 1 Facts




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