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New ways of fighting in war were introduced: the airplanes, tanks, submarines, also new weaponry. And another biggie was the new treaties, like the Versailles Treaty, the Fourteen Points that President Wilson gave the world in order to prevent another war. Also the United States became a world power after WW1. There are more but these were the main significances of WW1.

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