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July 28 – Beginning of 1st World War – Exactly 100 Years Back 

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July 28 – Beginning of 1st World War – Exactly 100 Years Back 

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Exactly 100 years ago today WorldWar1 Started (July 28, 1914). This war initially called as Great war / World War / European War. Around 10 Million Soldiers were killed during this war. This war ended by  11 November 1918. Indian army fought alongside British units. 50 thousand Indian soldiers were killed and totally 1.3 million indian soldiers were affected during this war. 
The Allies are : 

1. The Entente Powers
2. The Central Powers


1. The Entente Powers : Includes,

1.Andorra
2. Armenia
3. Belgium
4. Brazil
5. Republic of China
6. Costa Rica
7. Cuba
8. Czechoslovak Legions
9. France (French colonial empire)
10. Greece
11. Guatemala
12. Haiti
13. Honduras
14. Italy
15. Japan
16. Korea
17. Taiwan
18. Other unincorporated territories
19. Liberia
20. Montenegro
21. Nepal
22. New Hebrides (British-French condominium)
23. Nicaragua
24. Panama
25. Portugal (Portuguese colonial empire)
26. Romania
27. Russia
28. Russian Republic
29. Russian SFSR until Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
30. Serbia

31. Siam (now Thailand)
32. United Kingdom (British Empire[1])
33. Canada
34. British India (now India, Bangladesh, Burma and Pakistan)
35. Newfoundland
36. Australia
37. New Zealand
38. Malta
39. South Africa
40. Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe and Zambia), administered by the British South Africa Company
41. British crown colonies
42. United States
43. Alaska
44. Hawaii
45. Philippines
46. Puerto Rico
Other unincorporated territories

 

2. The Central Powers : Includes,

1. Austria-Hungary
2. Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
3. Bulgaria
4. Dervish State
5. Germany
6. German colonial empire
7. Jabal Shammar
Ottoman Empire (including Kurds, Chechens, Circassians, Azeris, Arabs)

Countries such as ( Spain, Argentina, Netherlands, Colombia, Sweden, Ethiopia and other countries ) were acted neutral.

” The Entente Powers ” finally won the war and the surrender of “The Central Powers ” accepted.

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Green indicates ” The Entente Powers “. Orange indicates ” The Central Powers “. Grey region shows the Neutral Countries.
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