Top 10 diseases that were spread in World War 1

Though many innocent souls were lost to physical injuries endured in the ww1 battle, others suffered from diseases which rose out of poor living conditions, food shortages and lack of personal hygiene in the trenches. This meant that people were admitted to hospitals for sickness instead of wounds and the medics were at war- against those diseases. It was a … Read more >>

Top 10 Outstanding Battleships of World War 1

“War makes good history, but peace is poor reading.” – Thomas Hardy. And sardonically enough it is true. Though war may represent a horrible time of man’s history on this earth, it allows learning about various principles, strategies, and consequences that can occur during the course of the conflict and how to handle life to bring it back to peace. … Read more >>

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Top 10 outstanding World war 1 Generals

The First World War, also known as the Great War which lasted from 1914 to 1918, saw one of the deadliest mass destruction of human lives. The war was led by tough generals on both the sides, who devised strategies and displayed a tremendous amount of courage to lead their troops. Some of them gained respect for their sharp battle … Read more >>

Top 10 Deadliest weapons of World War 1

The First World War, also known as the Great War saw the use of some of the deadliest weapons known to humankind during that period of time. Europeans entered the war expecting cavalry charges and infantry carrying bayonets like older times, but reality was far different when the continent woke up to face U boats, machine guns, lethal chemicals and … Read more >>

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Top 10 Bloodiest Battle of World War 1

There were more than 100 battles fought in the World War 1. The war lasted for 4 years that started on 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918. There were over 9 million combatants and 7 million civilians were directly or indirectly involved. World War 1 has some of the bloodiest battles in the history that result in … Read more >>

Top 10 causes of World War 1

Exactly a hundred and one years ago, on June 1914, a Serbian nationalist named Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand in the small Balkan city of Sarajevo. But again, Europe had witnessed a number of high-profile assassinations in the preceding years – a chain of assassinations that had shocked everyone alike, but none of them had led to a major … Read more >>