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WWI- The Great War (Paperback)

WWI- The Great War By Uzair Ansari Cover Image


Germany must also accept responsibility for the war in a war guilt clause, a source of lasting resentment in Germany.

The boundaries of Europe are redrawn.

Poland re-emerges after a hundred years of the foreign rule, while Austria Hungary Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia and an enlarged Romania emerged from the ashes of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

The ottoman empire is dismantled and new states most under European control are created in the middle east.

Here as in Europe the seeds of future conflict or sown.

While in the far east former German possessions in China are handed to Japan to China's outrage.

World war I claimed the lives of nine and a half million soldiers, one in eight of those who fought.

Twenty million more were wounded and seven million civilians also lost their lives.

Huge areas of Europe were left devastated.

Old empires banished new states where our lives across the world were transported.

The world was never the same again.

Product Details
ISBN: 9798888691502
Publisher: Notion Press
Publication Date: November 8th, 2022
Pages: 48
Language: English

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