World War 1

NOUN
  1. a war between the allies (Russia, France, British Empire, Italy, United States, Japan, Rumania, Serbia, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Montenegro) and the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria) from 1914 to 1918
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How To Use World War 1 In A Sentence

  • In the end, the movement fell into disfavor after World War 1 due to a number of factors.
  • This 6 round .455 revolver is yet another weapon of World War 1 vintage.
  • At the height of the battle on the Western Front during World War 1, the Germans shelled Allied front line positions at the rate of 3000 per hour.
  • The battle casualties of the combat units were nearly as bad as those on World War 11 battlefields.
  • Peter told me that Perocette was an officer in the French Navy back in World War 11. The American fleet shelled the French Navy at Oran. CORMORANT
  • Honoured guests, ladies and gentlemen: After World War 11 the citizens of Newfoundland were in agonized indecision as to their future course: whether to continue the Commission Government, "go it alone" as a separate country, or become Canada's tenth province. Principles and Approaches
  • Night Watch was elegant but she was old, probably built shortly after World War 11, he figured. CORMORANT
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  • Approximately 200,000 Irishmen served in World War 1 and over 60,000 perished in the conflict.
  • Research Service covering New Zealanders who served in the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces (NZEF) during World War 1 (1914-18). Netvouz - new bookmarks
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