World War1 History: 9.7 Million Military Deaths

The detail of World War 1/ WW1 is given below with some important questions.


What were the dates and timelines of World War One/WWI?

World War 1/ WW1 was started on 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 Nov 1918.

What is the background of World War One/ WW1?

World War is often abbreviated as WW1. One thing which sparked or triggered World War 1 was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was the heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The name of countries that were involved in World War 1 was Germany, Austria, Hungary, Ottoman Empire, Russia, the UK, the USA, and Japan.
How many groups were in World War One/WW1?
There were two major groups in World War 1; the first group was Central Powers or Triple Alliances and Allied Powers or Triple Entente.
What were Central Powers in World War one/WW1?
Germany, Austria-Hungarian, and Ottoman Empire were part of the Central Powers
what were Allied Powers?
France, Great Britain, Russia, Italy, Japan, and the United States were part of the Allied Powers.

Map of countries that were involved in World War1?

When was World War 1/ WW1was started?
One thing which sparked or triggered World War 1 was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was the heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

What was the reason for the Death or assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the nephew of the King of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, the name of that king was Franz Joseph. Archduke Franz Ferdinand visited Bosnia because at that time Bosnia was part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. When Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were busy on a visit to the Empire at that time a boy, who belonged to  Serbia, attacked Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand took place. As result Austro-Hungarian Empire attacked Serbia with help of Germany. Serbia was allied with Russia, therefore Russia also entered World War 1 as an ally of Serbia.

What were the reasons/ causes of World War1/ WW1?
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
What was the result of World War 1/WW1?
Triple Alliance was defeated by Allied Forces.
What happened to different Empires after World War 1/ WW1?
Ottoman Empire was divided into different regions like Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, and other Arab countries by France and UK.
Austro-Hungarian Empire was divided into different countries like Austria, Hungary, Bosnia, Croatia, etc.
Germany was punished by UK and France through territorial loss and demilitarization.

What were the names of treaties which were signed in World War 1/ WW1 and after WW1?
Treaties that were signed by Central Powers and Allied Powers are written below.
Treaty of Saint German between Austrian Hungarian Empire and Allied Powers.
Treaty of Versailles between German and Allied Powers.
Treaty of Skyes-Picot between France and Britain.
Belfour Declaration between Jews and Britain.
Treaty of Lausanne between Turkey and Allied Powers.

How many Deaths took Place in World War 1/ WW1?
The total number of deaths in World War 1 can be divided into two categories; the first is military personnel deaths and the second is civilian’s deaths. Almost 9.7 million or 9700000 military deaths occurred in World War 1 and 10 million or 10000000 civilian deaths occurred in World War One.

John Singer Sargent painted Gassed in 1919, depicting the effects of chemical weapons used by Germans against the British in the Battle of Arras on August 21, 1918.

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