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The first world war started in 1914 with the assassination of the Austrian archduke by a man of Serbian ethnicity, which gave the Austro-Hungarian empire a valid reason to start the conflict, which it was looking for in order to expand its borders. The war officially started on 28th July 1914...Read More

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They entered after Germany invaded France on August 3, 1914 through Belgium. While they did get unsettled by the location of the Belgium ports and their ports, they entered August 4, 1914 due to the German invasion of France on the previous day(August 3, 1914.)

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The Schlieffen Plan was an attack plan. It was formulated Germany, but it wasn’t put into action until troops from Russia were mobilized along the border of Germany, attacking Germany. The attack was meant to put France on the spot and take down the country that top lieutenants had...Read More

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World War I started in 1914, after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, and was on until 1918. During the conflict, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire (the Central Powers) fought against Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Romania, Japan and the United States...Read More

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The Battle of Antietam is not a battle from the second world war, or as it’s more commonly known: World War II. It’s actually a battle from the American Civil War. The Battle of Antietam happened near a creek called Antietam Creek. The battle only lasted one day, and it is said to...Read More

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The immediate spark that instigated World War I was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. Ferdinand was the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The assassination took place at Sarajevo in June, 1914. Other factors allowed this spark to lead to world war. One...Read More

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The most commonly used name for World War I at the time was The Great War. It was also called the European War and it was often described as “the war to end all wars.” When it became clear that a second world war was likely, that description no longer seemed accurate and so it...Read More

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The war to end all wars

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