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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




When was World War 1

Comprehensive information about "When was World War 1": World War 1 took place from 1914 to 1918. The conflict began in Europe, but slowly spread to become a global conflict, involving the Middle East, Africa and East Asia. It involved the Triple Entente (the military alliance between the United Kingdom, France and Russia) who were allies, the central powers and neutral states.


When Was World War 1 One


When was World War 1 and what caused it?

World War 1 was triggered by the assassination of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was assassinated in Sarajevo on June 28th 1914. A month later on July 28th July 1914, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia an act which ultimately led to World War 1.



When Was World War 1



Optimism marked 1914 and the beginning of World War 1, with many people believing that victory for their armies would be swift. 1915 through to 1916 solidified the conflict as global, whereas 1917 saw the war's turning point, a major event in World War 1. On April 6th 1917, the United States entered the war. By the spring of 1918, it was clear that Germany's position was untenable (see also "What caused World War 1").

When was World War 1 over?

The German army laid down their arms on November 11th 1918 with the armistice of Compiegne.


When Was World War 1 Over


By the Treaty of Versailles (June 28th, 1919), the war was truly over, though it took six months to agree to all the conditions. In the period 1914-1918 17,0000,0000 lost their lives ("When did World War 1 End").


See What started World War 1 for more information.




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