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WARTIME ADMINISTRATION
SIMILAR OIL-FUELED DESTROYER CLASSES
WELL-KNOWN AVIATOR
MAIN LINE TRAINS
GERMAN NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
SHORT STORY SET
PRO-SERBIAN YUGOSLAVS
ITALIAN SOCIALIST PARTY PRIOR
TRENCHES
FIRST WORLD WAR SUBMARINE
GERMAN PURSUIT
HARDHAT DIVERS
COACH STEVE FAIRBAIRN
BRITISH ROYAL NAVY BATTLESHIPS
AGING WAR HERO
ACE FIGHTER PILOT
ANTI-WAR PAINTER
PERMANENT MEMORIAL
BATTLECRUISER
KING GEORGE
CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
RUPERT BROOKE
JULY 1914
GERMAN EMPIRE
SUGAR-BEET INDUSTRY
FLEMISH SOLDIERS
RAF STAFF COLLEGE
POPE BENEDICT XV
RAILWAY OPERATING DIVISION
WESTERN FRONT
KARL LIEBKNECHT
AUGUST 1914
INFANTRY
MINES
COAL
MAJORITY
DINAR
SERBIA
RUPEE
SPIRITUALISM
BAHRAIN
PLASTICS
KROPOTKIN
SHANDONG
WEBER
CENTRAL POWERS
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  1. First world war was fought on the Baltic sea.
  2. The First World War was almost an anticlimax for the great Dreadnought fleets.
  3. The First World War was a catastophe for all the Empires that had once divided Poland. (Web site)
  4. The First World War was followed by the birth of the Soviet Union with a population of 200 million. (Web site)
  5. The First World War was the first major event that really relied on the dedication of surgeons and advancements in cosmetic surgery. (Web site)

Wartime Administration

  1. 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. (Web site)

Similar Oil-Fueled Destroyer Classes

  1. 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.

Well-Known Aviator

  1. 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. (Web site)

Main Line Trains

  1. Until the First World war, some main line trains were divided and joined at Herne Hill.

German Naval Communications Center

  1. Yap was a major German naval communications center before the First World War. (Web site)

Short Story Set

  1. Written in 1904 by HG Wells, The Land Ironclads is a short story set in a war similar to the First World War.

Pro-Serbian Yugoslavs

  1. During the First World War, internment camps were set up, mostly for Serbs and other pro-Serbian Yugoslavs.

Italian Socialist Party Prior

  1. Born in Genoa to a middle class family, Togliatti began his political life in the Italian Socialist Party prior to the First World War. (Web site)

Trenches

  1. 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.

First World War Submarine

  1. 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.

German Pursuit

  1. During the First World War, in 1915, the retreating Russian army blew up four of the spans, to slow down German pursuit.

Hardhat Divers

  1. Some time before the First World War, the Fleuss-Davis independent breathing set for hardhat divers appeared. (Web site)

Coach Steve Fairbairn

  1. 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

  1. British Royal Navy battleships did not adopt triple turrets until after the First World War, with the Nelson class.

Aging War Hero

  1. The Vichy Regime was led by Philippe Pétain, the aging war hero of First World war.

Ace Fighter Pilot

  1. He later distinguished himself as an ace fighter pilot in the first world war. (Web site)

Anti-War Painter

  1. Otto Dix (December 2, 1891 - July 25, 1969) was a German expressionist and anti-war painter and a veteran of the First World War.

Permanent Memorial

  1. Beginning in 1925, Quill and Dagger spearheaded the erection of a permanent memorial to Cornellians who served in the First World War.

Battlecruiser

  1. HMS Inflexible (1908) - Battlecruiser built shortly before the First World War and a member of the first class of battlecruisers.
  2. 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. (Web site)

King George

  1. 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.

Canadian Expeditionary Force

  1. The Canadian Expeditionary Force was the group of Canadian military units formed for service overseas in the First World War.

Rupert Brooke

  1. 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.

July 1914

  1. In July 1914, just as the First World War broke out, Jaurès was assassinated, and Blum became more active in the party leadership. (Web site)
  2. In July 1914, just as the First World War broke out, Jaurès was assassinated, and Blum became more active in the Socialist party leadership. (Web site)

German Empire

  1. 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. (Web site)

Sugar-Beet Industry

  1. 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.

Flemish Soldiers

  1. During the First World War there were also tensions between Flemish soldiers and their French speaking officers.
  2. During the First World War, the command language in the Belgian army was French, something which was not pleased by the Flemish soldiers.

Raf Staff College

  1. 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.

Pope Benedict Xv

  1. During the war, Pope Pius XII followed a policy of public neutrality mirroring that of Pope Benedict XV during the First World War.
  2. During the war, the Pope followed a policy of neutrality mirroring that of Pope Benedict XV during the First World War.

Railway Operating Division

  1. During the First World War the whole system was taken under government control and run by the Railway Operating Division of the War Office. (Web site)

Western Front

  1. 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. (Web site)

Karl Liebknecht

  1. We called it Spartakus (reminiscent of the Spartakus Letters which Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg published towards the end of the First World War).

August 1914

  1. The standoff was temporarily averted by the outbreak of the First World War in August 1914.

Infantry

  1. He served with the infantry during the first few months of the First World War but was hospitalized with rheumatoid arthritis of the knees. (Web site)

Mines

  1. The First World War The introduction of mines, torpedoes and submarines greatly increased the complexity of naval tactics during the First World War. (Web site)

Coal

  1. In the years leading up to the First World War, more than 10 million tonnes of coal was exported annually from Cardiff. (Web site)
  2. The First World War: The heavy domestic use of coal in the war meant that rich seams were depleted.

Majority

  1. After the First World War, Saad Zaghlul and the Wafd Party led the Egyptian nationalist movement, gaining a majority at the local Legislative Assembly.
  2. During the First World War, the majority of the Royal Navy's strength was deployed at home in the Grand Fleet.

Dinar

  1. During the First World War, silver notes for 50 and 5 dinar were introduced in 1914 and 1916, respectively.
  2. Iraq adopted the dinar in 1931 to replace the Indian rupee that had been introduced by the British during the first world war.

Serbia

  1. The Austro-Hungarian Empire issued an ultimatum against Serbia which triggered the first World War.

Rupee

  1. 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.

Spiritualism

  1. The impact of the First World War on Spiritualism was significant in two respects.

Bahrain

  1. After the First World War, things changed and Bahrain became widely open upon the modern western renaissance. (Web site)

Plastics

  1. After the First World War, improvements in chemical technology led to an explosion in new forms of plastics.

Kropotkin

  1. When the First World War broke out in 1914, Kropotkin and a few other well-known anarchists supported the Allied side.
  2. The First World War isolated Kropotkin, who sided with the Western Allies against Germany and his anarchist followers.

Shandong

  1. When the First World War broke out in 1914, Japan fought on the Allied side and seized the German possessions in Shandong.

Weber

  1. During the First World War, Weber was very critical of the German government. (Web site)

Central Powers

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

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