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The Great War
This is a general quiz about the "Great War" or World War One as it was called when World War Two came.
When was World War I fought?
1915 - 1920
1913 - 1917
1912 - 1918
1914 - 1918
The Schlieffen Plan was Germany's strategic plan for victory in World War I. According to this plan, at the beginning of the war Germany's goal was to first defeat this country.
Name the North Sea battle of World War I in which the British navy lost more ships but the German navy failed to break the British blockade.
What German general became president of Germany after World War I?
Which of the following countries did not enter World War I until the second year of conflict?
The Battle of the Somme on the western front of World War I is best remembered for which of the following?
Massive casualties with little gain for either side
The first use of poison gas in the war
First use of aircraft for artillery spotting
The final collapse of the German Army
Which of these major cities was bombed numerous times during World War I by enemy aircraft?
Tanks were developed and first used by this country in an attempt to break through the enemy trench system during World War I.
What usually preceded large infantry attacks on enemy trenches on the western front of World War I?
large scale bombing by aircraft
many small infantry raids to find weak points in the trenches
massive artillery bombardment
large scale use of propaganda to weaken enemy morale
Two Russian armies were practically destroyed when they tried to invade Germany in the first months of World War I, but were soundly defeated at this location.
Tannenberg and Massurian Lakes
During World War I, the British Army, attempting to open a line of communication with Russia, received a severe setback at the hand of the Turks at this location.
The armistice on the western front of WWI began at ten o'clock on the tenth day of the tenth month of the final year of the conflict.
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