The Shot That Started World War I [Infographic]
The First World War took the lives of 10 million soldiers, 7 million civilians and 21 million wounded. It all started with an assassination a century ago.
The Great War - Vivid Maps
Source: britannica.com 8-9% of their population died in the war, the third largest proportion of any belligerent (after the Ottomans and Serbia at 13-15% and 17-28%, respectively.) In an interesti...
World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part II, and Armistice
Nearly four years of deadly stalemate on the Western Front slowly came to an end in 1918, as Allied armies pushed into Germany at enormous cost, leading the Central Powers to finally seek an armistice.
100 Years Later: Popular Mechanics' Coverage of World War I
On April 6, 1917, a special session of congress declared war on the German Empire, officially signaling America's commitment to fight in World War I.
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