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World War One
World War I
"World War One contained many devastating battles and many horrendous inventions. It also produced many heroes, poets, artists and legends. See how much you remember from history class."
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Chemical warfare was introduced during World War One. Which of the following 'gases' caused skin burns, blisters and damage to the respiratory tract?
Trench warfare became infamous during World War One, but it was actually a much older concept, dating back to the 17th Century. Who is credited with having invented trench warfare?
Sebastien Le Prestre de Vauban
Sir Philip Sidney
Ambrogio Di Filippo Spinola
Leonardo Da Vinci
What important battle took place between August 26 and 30, 1914, in which the Russians suffered a disastrous defeat by the Germans?
The Battle of Uzdowo
The Battle of Konigsberg
The Battle of Gumbinnen
The Battle of Tannenberg
What were the names of the British Admirals controlling the British Fleet in the Battle of Jutland?
Sheer and Hipper
Jerremiah and Hughes
Fitzwalter and Jeffries
Jellicoe and Beatty
Which World War One poet wrote the famous poem, 'Dulce et Decorum Est'?
Which pilot is reputed to have shot down the Red Baron?
What curious phenomenon was reported to have been seen by English and German troops during the Retreat from Mons?
Unidentified Flying Objects
An Undamaged Church in a Destroyed Town
What was the total number of Allied casualties in the Gallipoli (Dardanelles) Campaign of 1915-16?
What was the name of the battle that occurred in 1916 that resulted in the highest casualty rate of World War One and was intended to relieve pressure on Verdun?
(Battle of + two words)
What was the name of the Third Battle of Ypres?
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