During 1914-1918, the Philippines watched only in World War 1...
World War I was from 1914 to 1918, US involvement was 1917 to 1918.
The 1918 P08 is not as sought after as the WW2 PO8, and will only fetch $600-$800 even in good condition.
WW I 1914 to 1918 (but USA 1917 and 1918 only) WW II 1939 to 1945 (but USA Dec 1941 to 1945 only)
If the coin shows so much wear you can't read the date, value is only for the silver about a dollar
The Only Road - 1918 was released on: USA: 3 June 1918
August 1914 to November 1918 to be precise. Mostly in Europe with only 1 major naval battle: Jutland. Also in the Middle East & in Italy & parts of Africa.
50¢ if very worn, $3 if only moderately worn, and around $12 if like new
well i went looking and so far i have only seen them go for 12.50$-25.00$
$60 if worn, up to $125 with only slight wear.
The only pricing I have found, runs the book at about 500$ Now I am not sure if that is accurate or not, just what i have found it selling for.
There have only been two wars referred to as 'world wars.' They are World War I (July 28, 1914 - November 11, 1918) and World War II (1939 - 1945).
300,000 is the value of this card. There are only 12 in the world
Long Branch (Canada) only made the No 4 as far as I know and started production in 1941
The only $50 bills dated 1918 were National Currency Notes with blue seals. If that's what you have you will need to have it authenticated by a currency expert because these bills are quite rare. As of 07/2012 a genuine 1918 NC note retails for anywhere from $4,000 in worn condition to over $10,000 if uncirculated.
there is value to german money from ww2 but only because it's money
One Pound GBP in 1918 had the purchasing power of about £32.41 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program for which I can take no credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.
It's highly unlikely that your bill is genuine. All 1918 series $10,000 bills were issued as Federal Reserve Notes. They're extremely rare and generally only available to museums and high-end collectors.
If it has a blue seal and the words National Currency, it's worth at least $60 even in worn condition. If it has only moderate wear that value could double.
It is a value calculated from the sample values only.It is a value calculated from the sample values only.It is a value calculated from the sample values only.It is a value calculated from the sample values only.
Triple Alliance and Triple Entente are World War 1 (1914-1918) terms only.Please see the related question below.
Wilfred Owen died when he was only 25 years old; in the First World War by a German- counter attack on the 4th of November 1918.
The war started in 1914 and ended in 1918. America only joined in in 1917, and missed all the major battles!
Russia is the only country that dropped out of World War 1. They dropped out after signing the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany in November of 1917.
Harry Hooper was a 4 time Red Sox World Champion, batting .293 over 24 WS games, for the 1912, 1915, 1916 and 1918 teams. Heinie Wagner was technically a team mate on each of those clubs but only as a part time player in 1916 and 1918 and before that was only on the 1912 postseason roster.