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World War 1 1914-1918 In Europe

Updated on June 4, 2013

Kitchener

The Great War Begins

On 28th of June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand was Shot and killed in Sarajevo, Bosnia a part of Austria Hungary since 1908 although Neighboring country Serbia claimed Bosnia as its own.

Austria Hungary Blamed the assassination of Ferdinand on Serbia and Declared war on July 28th.

This was the beginning of the third Balkans war within the space of two years but it was to prove to be the beginning of war on a much larger scale because Russia supported Serbia, Germany Supported Austria Hungary and France Supported Russia.

On the 4Th of August 1914 Germany invaded Neutral Belgium on their way to France, intending to knock out France before turning their attentions to Russia.

Britain having promised Belgium that they would defend their neutrality declared war on Germany signaling the outbreak of World War One.

This is an index of various articles written on Hubpages about World War One.

The Schlieffen Plan

Trench Warfare

Christmas in no mans land

Gallipoli

American Soldiers in the Trenches

World War One On Hubpages

There were many factors that led to the outbreak of war in 1914 the causes of the war can be traced back 31 years before the war. Although World war 1 didn't start until 1914 political movements that led to...Build up to World War 1

The Schlieffen Plan In 1905, 9 years before the start of World War 1,Alfred Graf Von Schlieffen devised a plan for the invasion of France through Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. This became known as the... world war 1 The Schlieffen plan

The Western Front during World War 1 stretched from the North Sea to the Swiss Frontier with France. Both sides dug themselves in ending any possible chance of a quick war; this caused a stalemate, which was...World War 1 Trench Warfare

Apart from dodging bullets and avoiding death from enemy shells, there was a daily routine in the trenches of World War 1. It started 1 hour before dawn with the morning "stand to" the men were roused from...World war 1 A Day in the Trenches

Soldiers fought and Soldiers Died, some lived through World War One, others lived but were disabled for the rest of their lives, everyone who fought in the Trenches and lived had lost close friends or family...World War 1 Trench Living

The German Army (The Axis) In 1914 at the Outbreak of World War 1, the German Army was the strongest in Europe; Germany knew that war was immanent and had been preparing for many years before The Great War...World War 1 Weapons

The year is 1914 and World war 1 has been going on for 4 months,soldiers from Germany and Britain, living in mud filled trenches suffering from the cold weather,the chill of the icy rain pouring down on them...World War 1 Christmas in the Trenches

On 19th February 1915, British naval ships attacked Turkish forts at the Dardanelles; they started with a long-range bombardment followed by heavy fire at closer range. This forced the Turks to retreat...World War 1 Gallipoli

America was a reluctant to participate in World War 1, in fact in august 1914 when the war broke out in Europe; President Woodrow Wilson issued a declaration of neutrality. Preferring to remain isolated...World War 1 America Declares War on Germany

Before the outbreak of World War One in 1914 a woman's role in the workplace was quite restricted, jobs for women consisted mainly of domestic labor, nursing, teaching, and agriculture if their family owned a...World War One Women At War

From the first gunshot fired in anger in 1914 until the 11th hour of the 11th day on the 11th month in 1918, The Great War took its toll on human life. Of the 65 million men who fought in World War 1: ...World War 1 The Cost of War

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1917, World War 1 came to an end.The Armistice agreement had been signed and Europe was at last learning to live in Peace. Since that fateful day in 1917,...Veterans Day

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      Barbie 4 years ago

      Your Awsome jimmy I love ur piece and I love how u help people with their papers and when they r in time of need of info

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      onlineuser 5 years ago

      thanks this is realy going to help me with my assignment :)

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      great:D

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      great web

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      ineed this info for school

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      thank you this relay help me on my histroy home work i am so happy i don't it thanks x

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      this is soooooooo helpful thank you very mch within like an hour i done my history essay :D

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      this iz great

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      mike1242 7 years ago from London

      Nice hub

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      courtney 7 years ago

      I think i would be a good Idea if yall had the Soldiers listed.

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      hannah 8 years ago

      what happens to the country does it get blowd up or stay the same

      where are the people buried at the moment

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      gk awesome 8 years ago

      hi good info :)

      thanks .... gk awesome

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      sam  8 years ago

      thanks 4 running our country i iam now writing a 2 page paper on the ww1 thanks yall

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      Brittany Gwen 8 years ago

      Hi :) A friend and I are doing Trench Warfare as a history day project in school and I love the information you've put on here and we've used it a lot... And don't worry we've given you credit. But I was wondering where you've gotten your information from and how we know it's reliable information to be basing facts on. Also do you have information on how and why World War I ended?? If so we'd appreciate it if you would add a page on that for us to you. Thanks :)

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      laddee Lee 9 years ago

      this web site is great!!! the info helped a lot for my 20 page essay on the trench warfare GREAT JOB!!!

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      Minnie 9 years ago

      This is great but get more info on Europe in 1914

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      Patty Inglish 9 years ago from North America

      History tachers should get a kick out of this one! Lessonplans right at their fingertips. Great work. :)

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      James Paterson 9 years ago from Scotland

      Thankyou all for the comments guys, I hope you enjoy the new additions to the series on world war 1.........jimmy

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      solarshingles 9 years ago from london

      Only in one single day of that dirty war more than 58.000 young British soldiers died.

      What a stupidity!

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      skool gRl 9 years ago

      omg i was freaking out b/c i had an assignment to do on world war 1..

      dis syt madee it much easier for mee

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      steven nichols 9 years ago

      is most of the things that you say are real and if they are where did you get your sorces

      i was wondering if i could borrow it and some stuff you have on it

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      Mocha Lattee 10 years ago

      hey boos a good book to read that talks bout WW1 is All QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

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      tyjo 10 years ago

      hello

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      jkizmo2007 10 years ago from Tagbilaran, Bohol Philippines

      Cool research keep it up

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      rose_babby 10 years ago

      thankz this sie helped me lods, sooo much better then my teaches talking. i have to do a project on world war one and this has inspaired me once again thankz a bunch!! :D

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      rose_babby 10 years ago

      is this stuff true??

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      SUNSA 10 years ago

      class info thnx

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      !!! 10 years ago

      nie stuff

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      lilly 10 years ago

      my school needs education like this.

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      Kyliee 10 years ago

      yo yo i think the people who went to the war are heroes :)

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      Tommy Girl 10 years ago

      Nice info!

      Thanks TONS!

      I have 2 do a 15 pg. essay on World War 1~~

      Tommy Girl

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      pink 10 years ago

      nice information

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      girl 10 years ago

      it is graet=)

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      skoolboy 10 years ago

      Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      ??? 10 years ago

      with the zimmerman telegrahm people don't know if the author zimmermer wrote it because he denied that he wrote it the brittish inter septed it,the brittish decoded it. the person who intercepeted it was a man named Mr. H but the army would not tell the solders name.

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      skoolgirl 10 years ago

      it helped me soo much i had a project on the trenches and WW1 and this syt gave me all the info i needed!! fnx!!

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      James Paterson 10 years ago from Scotland

      thanks Chuck I think your hub works well with the war series.....jummy

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      Chuck Nugent 10 years ago from Tucson, Arizona

      Another great Hub, Jimmy. And thanks again for the link to my article on the Zimmerman telegram. Chuck