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WORLD WAR I1World War IDear James,January 29, 1922I wanted to tell you about World War 1, also referred to as The Great War. The war startedon 1914, after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated.When the news of hismurder got out, war hurled across Europe where the central powers (Germany, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman) fought against the Allied powers (the United States, Russia, France,Italy, Great Britain, Japan and Romania).The United States entered the conflict in 1917 and thatchanged everything, and things were never the same again. Many young men were a whole lot ofgeneration was wrecked by the use of modern weapons.The battle signaled the United States’ prospective as international navy supremacy, and,nationally, it advanced but then wearied back American radicalism by unleashing maliciouswaves of domination. The modern world established open-minded era faiths powered bydisillusionments, which were concurrently triggered by the war and, which also strengthenednationwide pride. After I learned of Russian defeat, in December, I knew the war was joyful thatthe war was dying, only for it to continue. The war continued for four years with lots of loss oflives until Germany signed a peace agreement. This act brought the war to an end after the deathof over 20milion people, both civilians and soldiers.
WORLD WAR I2Introduction to WarJuly 22, 1914German empire rose to supremacy at the end of the 19thcentury, and their expertrepresentatives’ maneuvered disturbance of traditional rules and influences into some fewdecades of European peace. A determined sovereign in 1888, Wilhelm II sat on the Germanthrone, and because he admired his grandmother, Queen Victoria’s work, the Royal Navy ofGreat Britain very much, he had an attempt on building an opposing German navy tactical threat

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