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Russian Empire Flag During Ww1
Third Rome is the hypothetical successor to the legacy of ancient Rome (the "first Rome"). Second Rome usually refers to Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire, officially called "New Rome", or one of the claimed successors to the Western Roman Empire such as the Papal States and the Holy Roman Empire.
The Armenian Genocide (Armenian: Հայոց ցեղասպանություն, Hayots tseghaspanutyun), also known as the Armenian Holocaust, was the Ottoman government's systematic extermination of 1.5 million Armenians, mostly citizens within the Ottoman Empire and its successor state, the Republic of Turkey.
The Rule of Russian Empire in Lithuania (1795-1918) What initially started as a mere change of the ruler from a Polish-Lithuanian king to a Russian czar eventually led to a major russification drive.
central forces was Germany ,austia,Hungary,and ottoman empire..allieas was France,UK,empire of russia and in 1916 USA..Italy was on both side till 1917 they were in central fo … rces then they turn against them..
Updates to the Maritime War A history of changes to the WW1-WWW Maritime Section. (Last set of updates: 10 July, 2003.)
world war i. updated january 2011 . jump to: timelines / primary documents, letters, & diaries . statistics & casualties / diplomacy and causes of the war . participating countries / battle strategy & info
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Offering Red Cross pins, badges and medals. Canadian Red Cross, ARC, BRC. WW1 Red Cross, WW2 Red Cross, German Red Cross.
“the study of firearms is linked to broader historical developments.” In WW1 Russia get heavy “weapons-hunger” From “ОТЕЧЕСТВЕННЫЕ АВТОМАТЫ (ЗАПИСКИ ИСПЫТАТЕЛЯ-ОРУЖЕЙНИКА)” by А. А. МАЛИМОН:
The first APC? The Daimler-Guinness Armoured Lorries were a little known, lightly-armored truck series that saw service in Ireland in 1916, during the Easter Rising.