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This Review contains major "First World War"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- First world war was fought on the Baltic sea.
- The First World War was almost an anticlimax for the great Dreadnought fleets.
- The First World War was a catastophe for all the Empires that had once divided Poland.
- The First World War was followed by the birth of the Soviet Union with a population of 200 million.
- The First World War was the first major event that really relied on the dedication of surgeons and advancements in cosmetic surgery.
- As Prime Minister of Canada during the First World War, Borden transformed his government to a wartime administration, passing the War Measures Act in 1914.
- The V and W class was an amalgam of very similar oil-fueled destroyer classes built around the end of the First World War for the Royal Navy.
- I learnt about Gustav Hamel from my Mother, how he had been a well-known aviator in the early days of powered flight before the First World War.
- Until the First World war, some main line trains were divided and joined at Herne Hill.
- Yap was a major German naval communications center before the First World War.
- Written in 1904 by HG Wells, The Land Ironclads is a short story set in a war similar to the First World War.
- During the First World War, internment camps were set up, mostly for Serbs and other pro-Serbian Yugoslavs.
- Born in Genoa to a middle class family, Togliatti began his political life in the Italian Socialist Party prior to the First World War.
- The First World War ended with a Europe scarred by trenches, spent of resources, and littered with the bodies of the millions who died in battle.
- The British J -class submarine was a First World War submarine designed as a counter to a perceived (but incorrect) threat from high speed German U-boats.
- During the First World War, in 1915, the retreating Russian army blew up four of the spans, to slow down German pursuit.
- Some time before the First World War, the Fleuss-Davis independent breathing set for hardhat divers appeared.
- Boxing finally disappeared after the First World War, when the coach Steve Fairbairn ended it because of the damage caused to oarsmen’s hands.
- British Royal Navy battleships did not adopt triple turrets until after the First World War, with the Nelson class.
- The Vichy Regime was led by Philippe Pétain, the aging war hero of First World war.
- He later distinguished himself as an ace fighter pilot in the first world war.
- Otto Dix (December 2, 1891 - July 25, 1969) was a German expressionist and anti-war painter and a veteran of the First World War.
- Beginning in 1925, Quill and Dagger spearheaded the erection of a permanent memorial to Cornellians who served in the First World War.
- HMS Inflexible (1908) - Battlecruiser built shortly before the First World War and a member of the first class of battlecruisers.
- By the end of the First World War, there were very few differences between the design of a battlecruiser and that of a fast battleship.
- In particular, King George V wished to honour the many thousands of people who served in numerous non-combatant capacities during the First World War.
- The Canadian Expeditionary Force was the group of Canadian military units formed for service overseas in the First World War.
- The experiences of the First World War were reflected in the work of war poet s such as Rupert Brooke, Isaac Rosenberg, Edmund Blunden and Siegfried Sassoon.
- In July 1914, just as the First World War broke out, Jaurès was assassinated, and Blum became more active in the party leadership.
- In July 1914, just as the First World War broke out, Jaurès was assassinated, and Blum became more active in the Socialist party leadership.
- Under the German Empire, the islands became a major naval base, and during the First World War the civilian population was evacuated to the mainland.
- Extensive 2 ft (610 mm) gauge lines were also built for the sugar-beet industry in the north often using ex-military equipment after the First World War.
- During the First World War there were also tensions between Flemish soldiers and their French speaking officers.
- During the First World War, the command language in the Belgian army was French, something which was not pleased by the Flemish soldiers.
- RAF Andover was opened on Andover Airfield, to the south of the town, during the First World War and became the site of the RAF Staff College.
- During the war, Pope Pius XII followed a policy of public neutrality mirroring that of Pope Benedict XV during the First World War.
- During the war, the Pope followed a policy of neutrality mirroring that of Pope Benedict XV during the First World War.
- During the First World War the whole system was taken under government control and run by the Railway Operating Division of the War Office.
- Recruitment was entirely voluntary; about 1.3 million men served in the First World War, many on the Western Front and 2.5 million in the Second.
- We called it Spartakus (reminiscent of the Spartakus Letters which Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg published towards the end of the First World War).
- The standoff was temporarily averted by the outbreak of the First World War in August 1914.
- He served with the infantry during the first few months of the First World War but was hospitalized with rheumatoid arthritis of the knees.
- The First World War The introduction of mines, torpedoes and submarines greatly increased the complexity of naval tactics during the First World War.
- In the years leading up to the First World War, more than 10 million tonnes of coal was exported annually from Cardiff.
- The First World War: The heavy domestic use of coal in the war meant that rich seams were depleted.
- After the First World War, Saad Zaghlul and the Wafd Party led the Egyptian nationalist movement, gaining a majority at the local Legislative Assembly.
- During the First World War, the majority of the Royal Navy's strength was deployed at home in the Grand Fleet.
- During the First World War, silver notes for 50 and 5 dinar were introduced in 1914 and 1916, respectively.
- Iraq adopted the dinar in 1931 to replace the Indian rupee that had been introduced by the British during the first world war.
- The Austro-Hungarian Empire issued an ultimatum against Serbia which triggered the first World War.
- Acute shortage of silver during the First World War, led to the introduction of paper currency of One Rupee and Two and a half Rupees.
- The impact of the First World War on Spiritualism was significant in two respects.
- After the First World War, things changed and Bahrain became widely open upon the modern western renaissance.
- After the First World War, improvements in chemical technology led to an explosion in new forms of plastics.
- When the First World War broke out in 1914, Kropotkin and a few other well-known anarchists supported the Allied side.
- The First World War isolated Kropotkin, who sided with the Western Allies against Germany and his anarchist followers.
- When the First World War broke out in 1914, Japan fought on the Allied side and seized the German possessions in Shandong.
- During the First World War, Weber was very critical of the German government.
- A major issue in Beijing during his first tenure as president was whether or not China should enter the First World War against the Central Powers.
- Trotsky had the difficult task of trying to end Russian participation in the First World War without having to grant territory to the Central Powers.
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