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




World War 1, Basic Knowledge and more Facts

Here you can find information about World War 1; detailed facts and figures in a compact form all about the WW1. World War I took place in the years 1914-1918. It began in the fields of northern Europe, but would eventually grow into a global conflict, with battles in the Middle East, Africa and East Asia happening.



World War 1, the First World war and his Effects



The Triple Entente was involved (WW1 military alliance between the United Kingdom, France and Russia), alongside Allied Forces, Central Powers and neutral states.


The origins of WW1 can be traced back to the assassination of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand on the 23rd June 1914. This led the empire of Austria-Hungary to deliver an ultimatum to Serbia, a demand which would ultimately end up in the first “Great War” of the 20th century (What started World War 1).



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The first year of the war, 1914, can be characterised by a widespread belief on all sides of a short war with a quick victory. The years 1915-1916 see the WW1 dragging on and sides being entrenched. 1917 is considered to be a turning point for WW1, since on the 6th April 1917, the United States entered the war on the side of the Triple Entente. By the spring of 1918, Germany's position had become untenable.


World War 1 Facts and Causes


World War I established a truth with an armistice at Compiègne on the 11th November 1918. It was not until the Treaty of Versailles was signed (28th June 1919) that the war was truly over. In the years 1914-1918 (see World War 1 Summary), some 17,0000,0000 lost their lives in WW1.


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