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Where was World War 1 mostly fought?

I would say mostly in France. France was practically in ruins after the Germans left, and the Germans' main goal (Schiefflen Plan) was to hold off Russia (Not hard since they were also fighting a civil war) long enough to destroy France. The Germans fought until they were about 50 miles from Paris, (MORE)

In what places was World War 1 fought?

In my experience, i think WWI was fought in the whole European countries Mons August, 1914 Tannenberg August, 1914 Heligoland August, 1914 Marne September, 1914 Aisne September, 1914 Albert September, 1914 Arras October, 1914 Ypres October - November, 1914 Neuve Chapelle March, 1915 Gallipoli Camp (MORE)

Where was World War 1 fought?

Northern France, Belgium, Luxembourg. . In Eastern Europe on the front between Russia and Germany and Austria-Hungary. . In the Balkans (Serbia against Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria); also on the borders of Greece and Bulgaria. . In 1916 (and later) also in Romania. . In the Middle East - (MORE)

How did Germany change the way war was fought in World War 1 and 2?

Answer . \nGermany, alone among the major combatants of WWI, studied that war and learned from its mistakes.\n. \nThe French learned nothing. They had won. They didn't need to know anything further. I suppose it never occurred to them that their army had mutinied and been routed, only surviv (MORE)

What was World War 1 fought over?

they fought over food because there was only one piece of bread left on the world. So all of the countries ought over it while three kids ate the bread and told nobody. So nobody knew what happened to the bread. Then all of the countries distroud each other with bombs. Then everybody died. Your bod (MORE)

Where was the World War 1 fought?

WW1 was a global war. It was fought in the trenches in Europe, Gallipoli, various places in Africa, naval battles around the world, China etc.

Who fought with the US in World War 1?

Answer . The Entente Powers , led by France , Russia , the United Kingdom , and later Italy (from 1915) and the United States (from 1917), defeated the Central Powers , led by the Austro-Hungarian , German , and Ottoman Empires. Russia withdrew from the war after the revolution in (MORE)

How did World War 1 change the way in which wars are fought?

A plethora of new weapons were invented that changed both tactical and strategic battle. Many of the developments since the US Civil War were brought together for the first time in mass combat. The weapons included machine guns (successors to the Gatling gun), poison gas, armored vehicles (tanks), (MORE)

Canada fought in World War 1 from?

from 1914 to i believe 1918. On world war 1victory medals you will see that the dates are 1914-1919. This is because the treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919 but the last battles stopped in 1918

What countires fought in World War 1?

many countries fought in wwi, however the main country that started it was the Germans, wanting more power than Britain, and simillarly in wwii it was the Germans aka `noobie Nazis` who again started the 2nd ww

In what ways did technology such as inventions strategic innovations theories etc change the way war was fought during World War 2?

World War II's course was dramatically affected by inventions,technologies, and strategic innovations and theories of all kinds.As one example, the mass-formations of armored vehicles coupledwith air-support and motorized infantry led to 'lightning warfare'for both sides of the conflict, thus render (MORE)

Where in France was World War 1 fought?

France. Mostly in NE France, the Fortress City of Verdun was heavily attacked. Many of the river lines were sites of battles, the Marne, Somme & Aisne amonst others. The trenches were also in Belgium, the British forces generally on the left flank of the French. Effectively there were trenches from (MORE)

Why was World War 1 fought in France?

It should be noted that it wasn't just fought in France. It was also fought in: 1. Eastern Europe. Russia fought against Austria-Hungary and Germany. Russia did OK vs Austria (historically, Austria had never really been very good at war, and World War I was no different) but was usually badly def (MORE)

What were five strategic World War 1 rivers?

Difficult to say about the strategic bit. Certainly the Marne & the Somme, the Aisne too. Verdun is in the valley of the Meuse. The Isonzo in northern Italy saw much fighting, notably at Caporetto.

Strategic World War 1 river?

The Marne River in France. It was about sixty miles from Paris and it was twice the location of a final and successful defensive stand to keep the Germans out of Paris.

How was the war fought in World War 1?

The war was fought on land and water. On land, Germany and Britain built trenches, and this was known as the trench warfare. Because both built trenches, they were pretty much stuck, they couldn't move because if one person was seen by the enemy, he was most likely killed. In between the trenches (MORE)

Was world war 1 fought in france?

Yes much of World War I was fought in France with some of the bloodiest battles of the war occurring there. In addition, all of the Western Front was in France. The Allies (Mostly Britain and France) suffered 8.6 million casualties, the Central Powers (mostly Germany) had around 4.7 million casua (MORE)

Who fought the US in World War 1?

US soldiers stood in battle directly against soldiers of the German empire in what was called the Western Front. Although US soldier did not fight directly against them, other nations in alliance with Germany and against the alliance of which the US was a part were the Austro-Hungarian Empire, also (MORE)

Who fought who in World War 1?

The Triple Entente consisting of England, France, and Russia, fought against the Central Powers of Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. A number of British allies including Canada and Australia also fought on the side of the Triple Entente. The US came into the war on the side of the Triple Ente (MORE)

Who fought against who in World War 1?

The Axis powers fought against the allies. Axis: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy allies: USA, France, great Britain, and Russia (Italy had a secret agreement with the allies, in exchange for helping them Italy would get more land.)

Where in Europe was World War 1 fought?

All of Europe was affected by WW1. Battle were fought in Italy and Germany and Belgium. A well known term is "The Western Front", refering to a series of trenches that went through France.

Who fought the World War 1?

US, germany, bulgaria, Austria- hungary, Ottoman empire, Great Britain, France, Russua, Serbia, Belgium (Allies Powers and Central Powers). Central Powers: germany, bulgaria, austria hungary, ottoman empire. Allied Powers: United States, Great britian, France, Russia, Serbia, Belgium

Was the World War 1 fought in the 1950s?

wow............. No it was not it was fought in 1913 in June when archduke franizand was assassinated by Serbia black hand nationalist and lasted until 1918 Imperial, History Buff

What factions fought in World War 1?

During WW1, France, the British Empire, Russia, Italy, the USA, Romania, Japan, Serbia, Belgium, Greece, as well as others fought on the side of the Allies. Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, and Belgium fought on the side of the Central Powers.

Why did Germany fought in World War 1?

Germany fought in WW1 as they were allies with austria-Hungary. After the assasination of Franz Ferdinand arch duke of Austria, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia who were being protected by Russia. So Austria-Hungary attack Serbia Russia attack Austria-Hungary and Germany attack Russia.

Where was the most of World War 1 fought?

france.. Flanders (and Belgium as a whole) saw some of the greatest loss of life, in particular from the three battles of Ypres. Due to the hundreds of thousands of casualties at Ypres, the poppies that sprang up from the battlefield afterwards, have become a symbol for lives lost in war.

What was the relationship between World War 1 and World War 2 and what were the diffences in the way the wars were fought?

The thing tying WWI to WWII was likely the peace or Treaty of Versailles, that banished the German (and Austrian) monarchy, split up Germany into several nations (Poland for one) and laying extreme restrictions and reparations on Germany, creating enhanced unrest and dissent within Germany, clearing (MORE)

What are facts about World War 1 and the way it was fought?

1) First truly global war, empires versus empires with whole continents choosing a side 2) First total war - the entire economy of each reorganized such that winning the war is the most important goal of the country (contrast with, say, the Vietnam war) 3) The first war where most modern technol (MORE)

Who fought with us in World War 1?

There were many countries that fought with us (on our side) in World War One. Assuming you mean the United States as "us," we were part of the Allied Nations. We joined the war in April of 1917 with countries including Great Britain, Russia and France for the most part. There were many other minor c (MORE)

Who fought in World War 1?

World War I was fought during the years 1914 to 1918, in which Great Britain, France, Russia, Belgium, Italy, Japan, the United States , and other allies defeated Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, and Bulgaria .

What was World War I and World War 2 fought over?

World War 1 was fought because the Archduke of Austria was assassinated by Serbian terrorists. So Austria invaded Serbia, and Russia was an ally of Serbia, so Russia supported Serbia and attacked Austria. Meanwhile, Germany was an ally with Austria so they attacked Russia, and France and Britain wer (MORE)

What countries did you fought in world war 1?

It was Great Britain, France, Russia, Portugal, Italy, Serbia, Greece, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, British India, Japan, Montenegro, and Romania against Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire.

What were the sides that fought in World War 1?

The central powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Italy (Italy joined the allies in 1915) Allied Powers: England, France, Russia(left the war in 1917), Italy(in 1915), and the U.S.A

Who quote future wars of the world will be fought over water?

  "The next war in the Middle East will be fought over water, not politics." Boutros BoutrosGhali, former UN Secretary General in 1985 "The wars of the next century will be about water." Ismail Serageldin, former vice president of the World Bank in 1999 "Fierce competition for fresh wa (MORE)

Where was war world 1 fought in?

World War 1 began with a border skirmish between Austria and Serbia after the Archduke of Austria was assassinated and the killers escaped across the border into Serbia. Russia then declared war on Austria. Germany was forced by treaty to defend Austria-Hungary so it mobilized against Russia. Russia (MORE)

What was World War 1 fought to end?

world war one was not fought to end anything in particular. it began when a Serbian nationalist shot Archduke Ferdinand of Austria. this caused Austria-Hungary to declare war on Serbia. Russia, which was allied with Serbia, entered the war, and Germany, allied with Austria-Hungary, also entered. Fra (MORE)

What animals fought in World War 1?

Horses were used to transport troops and wounded. Dogs were used for special missions, either to sniff out weapons or fight enemies. Pigeons were used for transporting mission reports or to give orders to other troops far away where horses or planes could not.

What Americans fought in World War 1?

More than a million and a half Americans were in World War I- and 116,708 died. This week, the last surviving US veterans of WW I died at the age of 110.

Which Germany fought World War 1?

At the time of WW I, "Germany" was officially the "German Empire" having evolved from the unification of many German states including Prussia at the end of the Franco-Prussian war. The German Empire was succeeded by the Weimar Republic after WW I. The Weimar Republic was followed by the Third Reich (MORE)