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The World War I (1914-1918)

The Word War I (1914-1918). The spark that ignited the gunpowder is was the attack of on Sarajevo on 28 June 1914, two deadly shoot in the harchduk if and the deaths of the Archduke of Austria François-Ferdinand and his wife. The gunshots is were fired by a young Serbian nationalist.
Five weeks later, the great European powers were going to war…


The 28 July 1914, Austria-Hungary declare declared war on Serbia.
The 30 July 1914, the Russian army stars starts mobilizing to support their Serbien ally against the Austrians.
The first August 1914, the German empire declare declared war on Russia and the Germans are line lined up with their allied, Austria-Hungary.
The war is was becoming European…
The next following 3rd August 1914, The German declare Germans declared on France an over Serbia, the German soldiers go went to war and leave left their families…
The 4 August 1914, the United Kingdom declare declared war on Germany.
The 6 August 1914, the Austria-Hungary declares declared war on Great Britain and France.
The 28 August 1914, the Germans invaded the estern part of the Somme department. Between September 5 and 12 1914, this is there was the first battle, the Battle of the Marne, from Paris, the 7th infantry was mobilized in Marne by taxi from Paris to the Marne on September 7th.

We get to the There is a particular part of the war that I'd rather study it, the Trench warfare. The On the 3 August 1914, the Schlieffen plan is execute was executed, the war of movement began but this war won't didn't last long, she's it was going to make way for a new variety of war : defensive and underground warfare or — call the— otherwise called Trench warfare. The war will continue continued
in the trenches where soldiers will would live and die. the Life was hard in the trenches, which were narrow, mud muddy , cold, and the soldiers were often hungry, full of uncertainty and devoted to their duty. There was the first line frontlineThe Hell on Earth. The trench is was not a simple line dug in the ground, there are were criteria for it to be effective and fulfil its job.
The trench must had to be strong enough to stop an enemy attack, accomodate a large numbers of soldiers for offensive action, so It must it had to be easily accessible for large numbers of soldiers and for supplies.
There are tree were three types of trenches with different functions for each one. There are were fire trenches or call otherwise called "front-line trenches". The communication hoses trenches which allows allowed to reach, supply and evacuate the front-line. And the third is the support trenches or call "seconde otherwise called the second and third line trenches, that supply supplied the fire front-line trenches.


the life in the trenches was divided into four parts. the first is the "branle-bas de combat" battle stations", in the morning, the soldiers woke up to the cry out of "branle-bas de combat" "To your battle stations" to guard the front line trenches. Were If there was no assault, the soldiers would gather for inspection, for lunch and rhum rations.
After the "branle-bas de combat" battle stations" , the soldiers do did chores likes cleaning latrines, filling sandbags, etc… Between chores, the soldats soldiers often had freetime, they read, they wrote in their diaries, they wrote letters or they played game of chance cards .
The night Night-time was a time of day when the soldiers were most active and it was the most dangerous time of day. The soldiers take took advantage of the night to get out of their trenches and advance into the no man's land which was devasted by shells and war. Crews of soldiers reparing barbed wire or digging new trenches, patrolling operations have been were conducted to detect enemy activity or to conduct raids to kill or capture enemy soldiers or to gather informations.


I will go from 1915 to 1916, to tell you about the deadliest battle of World War I…
The battle of Verdun. 300 days and 300 nights of fighting without truce. This battle symbolize symbolized the war with 300,000 dead and or missing and 400,000 French and German soldiers wounded…
The deadliest battle in history between France and Germany…

1 years before the Treaty of Versailles on June 28 1919, a virus is spread all over the world, especially in Europe and America, The Spanish flu from January 1918 to December 1920.
The flu has caused 10,000,000 to 100,000,000 deaths…
Hopefully, the coronavirus will not do as much damage as the Spanish flu.

I was inspired by a World War movie, "1917" which tells the story of two soldiers who have had to cross a large part of the battleflied to inform their general of the war. It was really interesting, i like I really liked__ that movie.


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