Allies of World War I - Wikipedia — The Allies of World War I, or Entente Powers, were the countries that opposed the Central Powers in the First World War.. The members of the original Triple Entente of 1907 were the French Republic, the British Empire and the Russian Empire.
Aftermath of World War I - Wikipedia — With the war having turned decisively against the Central Powers, the people of Austria-Hungary lost faith in their allied countries, and even before the armistice in November, radical nationalism had already led to several declarations of independence in south-central Europe after November 1918.
World War I | History | Allied Forces | Central Powers — World War I started after a Serbian nationalist assassinated the Archduke of Austria. Learn the historical facts about WWI here.
Causes of WWI - background — [Note: the AQA syllabus only requires you to know about the Arms Race and the System of Alliances, but you may wish to treat nationalism, imperialism and awful governments as essential background knowledge.]
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World War 1 – WW1 Military Records – Ancestrycomau — Search World War One service records to learn about the men who served in the military during WWI. Start learning about your past today.
First World War History - Causes and events of WW1 — Read the essential details about the causes and events of WW1. Index Menu. Sections include Timeline, Outbreak, Allied Forces, Central Powers, Important Battles, Political Leaders, Trench Warfare, Women at War, Weapons .
World War One - The Maritime War - gwpdaorg — Updates to the Maritime War A history of changes to the WW1-WWW Maritime Section. (Last set of updates: 10 July, 2003.)
SparkNotes: World War I (1914–1919): Summary of Events — A short summary of History SparkNotes's World War I (1914–1919). This free synopsis covers all the crucial plot points of World War I (1914–1919).
Beaumont Hamel: July 1, 1916 - Newfoundland — The Plan. The Somme offensive had its origins in Anglo-French plans to bring hostilities to a rapid close. At the end of 1915 the war was going badly for the Allies.