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WWI Centenary

The first world war, also known as World War I, and the Great War, was a global conflict that started in Europe. It lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918,, drew in more than 70 current-day nations, and included as many as 70 million military personnel, and led to the deaths of as many as 10 million.
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WWI Centenary: 7 peace treaties that ended the first world war, from Versailles to Lausanne

WWI Centenary: 7 peace treaties that ended the first world war, from Versailles to Lausanne

WWI Centenary: The first world war saw the birth of modern chemical weapons, with poison gas and mustard gas spreading terror

WWI Centenary: 6 films that capture the tragedy of the first world war, 100 years on

WWI Centenary: Commemorative poppies still have an impact in Britain a century on from the first world war

WWI Centenary: The stage play 'Oh, What a Lovely War' is an important satire on brutality and the dangers of nationalism

WWI Centenary: The first world war saw the birth of modern chemical weapons, with poison gas and mustard gas spreading terror

WWI Centenary: 6 films that capture the tragedy of the first world war, 100 years on

WWI Centenary: Commemorative poppies still have an impact in Britain a century on from the first world war

WWI Centenary: The stage play 'Oh, What a Lovely War' is an important satire on brutality and the dangers of nationalism

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