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World War I: Soldiers dance as the war over, 1918

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War: Men (soldiers) dance, war over, 1918 World War I was a military conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended in late 1918 in western Europe and by 1922 in eastern Europe. This conflict involved most of the world's great powers, assembled in two opposing alliances: the Allies (centred around the Triple Entente) and the Central Powers. More than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, were mobilized in one of the largest wars in history. More than 15 million people were killed, making it also one of the deadliest conflicts in history. The war is also known as the First World War, the Great War, the World War (prior to the outbreak of World War II), and the War to End All Wars. The assassination on 28 June 1914 of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, is seen as the immediate trigger of the war, though long-term causes, such as imperialistic foreign policies of the great powers of Europe such as the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, the Russian Empire, the British Empire, France, and Italy played a major role. Ferdinand's assassination at the hands of a Yugoslav nationalist resulted in Habsburg ultimatum against the Kingdom of Serbia. Several alliances that had been formed over the past decades were invoked, so within weeks the major powers were at war; as all had colonies, the conflict soon spread around the world. The conflict opened with the German invasion of Belgium, Luxembourg and France; the Austro-Hungarian invasion of Serbia and a Russian attack against Prussia. After the German march on Paris was brought to a halt, the Western Front settled into a static battle of attrition with a trench line that changed little until 1917. In the East, the Russian army successfully fought against the Austro-Hungarian forces but was forced back by the German army. Additional fronts opened after the Ottoman Empire joined the war in 1914, Italy and Bulgaria in 1915 and Romania in 1916. The Russian Empire collapsed in 1917, and Russia left the war after the October Revolution later that year. After a 1918 German offensive along the western front, American forces entered the trenches and the German armies were driven back in a series of successful allied offensives. Germany surrendered on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918. By the war's end, four major imperial powers—the German, Russian, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires—had been militarily and politically defeated, and the last two ceased to exist. The revolutionized Soviet Union emerged from the Russian Empire, while the map of central Europe was completely redrawn into numerous smaller states. The League of Nations was formed in the hope of preventing another such conflict. The European nationalism spawned by the war, the repercussions of Germany's defeat, and of the Treaty of Versailles would eventually lead to the beginning of World War II in 1939

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Arabic :

الحرب، الجنود، والعسكرية، والرجال، الرقص، الحرب على مدى عام 1918، الموسيقى، الهدنة، الرقص، الطرف،,

Bulgarian :

война, войници, военни, мъже, танц, войната през 1918, музика, примирие, танци, партия, ,

Catalan :

guerra, soldats, militars, homes, dansa, guerra sobre, 1918, música, armistici, ball, festa, ,

Chinese Simplified :

战争、 士兵、 军事、 男人、 舞蹈、 战争的结束,1918年、 音乐、 停战、 跳舞、 聚会,,

Chinese Traditional :

戰爭、 士兵、 軍事、 男人、 舞蹈、 戰爭的結束,1918年、 音樂、 停戰、 跳舞、 聚會,,

Czech :

válka, vojáci, armáda, muži, tanec, válka, 1918, hudba, příměří, tanec, strana, ,

Danish :

krig, soldater, militær, mænd, dans, krig over, 1918, musik, våbenhvile, dans, fest, ,

Dutch :

oorlog, soldaten, militaire, mannen, dans, oorlog voorbij is, 1918, muziek, wapenstilstand, dansen, partij, ,

Estonian :

sõda, sõdurid, sõjavägi, mehed, tants, sõda 1918, muusika, vaherahu, tantsimine, poole, ,

Finnish :

sodan, sotilaat, sotilas, miesten, tanssi, sodassa 1918, musiikki, aselevon, tanssia, puolue, ,

French :

guerre, soldats, militaire, hommes, danse, guerre, 1918, musique, armistice, dansant, party, ,

German :

Krieg, Soldaten, Militär, Männer, Tanz, Krieg vorbei ist, 1918, Musik, Waffenstillstand, tanzen, Party, ,

Greek :

πόλεμο, στρατιώτες, στρατιωτική, άνδρες, χορός, πόλεμος τελείωσε, το 1918, μουσική, ανακωχή, χορός, κόμμα, ,

Haitian Creole :

lagè, sòlda yo, militè yo, moun, danse, lagè sou 1918, mizik, armistice, t' ap danse, pati, ,

Hebrew :

מלחמה חיילים, הצבא, גברים, ריקוד, המלחמה נגמרה, 1918, מוסיקה, שביתת הנשק, לרקוד, מסיבה, ,

Hindi :

युद्ध, सैनिकों, सैन्य, पुरुषों, नृत्य, खत्म, 1918 युद्ध, संगीत, युद्धविराम, नृत्य, पार्टी, ,

Hungarian :

háború, katonák, katonai, férfiak, tánc, háborút, 1918-ban, zene, fegyverszünet, tánc, party, ,

Indonesian :

Perang, tentara, militer, pria, tari, perang, 1918, musik, gencatan senjata, menari, Partai, ,

Italian :

guerra, soldati, militari, uomini, danza, guerra finita, 1918, musica, armistizio, danza, festa, ,

Japanese :


Korean :

전쟁, 군인, 군대, 남자, 댄스, 전쟁 동안, 1918, 음악, 휴전, 댄스, 파티, ,

Latvian :

kara, karavīru, militāro, vīrieši, deju, karš beidzies, 1918, mūzika, pamiera, dejas, puse, ,

Lithuanian :

karo, kariai, karinės, vyrai, šokių, karo per, 1918, muzika, paliaubų, šokiai, šalis, ,

Norwegian :

krigen, soldater, militære, menn, dans, krig over, 1918, musikk, våpenhvile, dans, fest, ,

Polish :

wojny, żołnierze, wojskowych, mężczyzn, taniec, wojny, 1918, muzyka rozejmu, taniec, partii, ,

Portuguese :

guerra, soldados, militares, homens, dança, guerra, em 1918, música, armistício, dança, festa, ,

Romanian :

război, soldaţi, militare, bărbaţi, dans, războiul, 1918, muzică, armistițiul, dans, petrecere, ,

Russian :

войны, солдаты, военные, мужчины, танец, войны, 1918, музыка, перемирия, танцы, вечеринки, ,

Slovak :

vojny, vojakov, vojenskej, muži, tanec, vojna skončila, 1918, hudba, prímeria, tanec, party, ,

Slovenian :

vojni vojaki, vojaške, moški, ples, vojne nad, 1918, glasba, premirja, ples, stranka, ,

Spanish :

guerra, soldados, militares, hombres, danza, guerra, de 1918, música, armisticio, baile, fiesta, ,

Swedish :

krig, soldater, militär, män, dans, kriget över, 1918, musik, vapenstillestånd, dans, party, ,

Thai :

สงคราม ทหาร ทหาร คน เต้น สงครามมากกว่า 1918 เพลง การสงบศึก เต้นรำ ปาร์ตี้,

Turkish :

Savaş, askerler, askeri, erkekler, dans, savaş bitti, 1918, müzik, ateşkes, dans, parti, ,

Ukrainian :

війни, солдати, військовий, чоловіків, танцю, війна закінчилася, 1918, музика, перемир'я, танці, партії, ,

Vietnamese :

chiến tranh, chiến sĩ, quân sự, người đàn ông, khiêu vũ, chiến tranh kết thúc, 1918, âm nhạc, thỏa thuận ngừng bắn, nhảy múa, Đảng, ,




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