12 thoughts on “World War 1

  1. libbie and scott

    World War1 started in 1914 -1918 that’s when they didn’t drop bombs.in 2014 its the 100th Anniversrey the Christian soldiers fighted in there faith and poppys were to repesente the soldiers who died in world war 1 and 2.

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  2. Luca and Nikola

    poppies were the only flower’s that grown when it was World War 1.Soilders digged hole’s so they could attack underground .

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  3. maisie and Nayshorne

    In world war 1 there are a lot of fights but they are not in the air they are on the ground and on world war 2 they thought in the air. BTR blow up any one in there path. Tanks shoot other tanks and people that are evil. AAA fire nock helicopters and planes out of the sky. Predator drones blow people rite off the ground and into the air they kill 200 people in one and some near by.

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  4. gracie Ayishat courtney

    Nicholas II became emperor of russia in 1894,while his cousin george V ascended the british throne in 1910.

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  5. maddie&yemi

    World war 1 began in 1914 and ended in 1918.World war 1 was very different from world war2 because they fight on land with guns. A handful of journalist reported to the news that thousands of people died in the war.
    What is D-day?
    How many countries fought in the war?
    Who was the king in ww1?

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  6. Reynaldo

    The family friends events will include hands-on activities, performances and interactive sessions. The World War One At Home Live Events will feature a interactive sessions. The World War One At Home Live Events will feature a interactive sessions. The World War One At Home Live Events will feature a interactive sessions. The World War was really creepy and horrible eveybody hope there was not a world war 2.

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  7. Luca and Nikola

    There was a dog called Stubby. He was called Stubby because of short tail. He won lots of medals for being the best dog in the concert.

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  8. Reynaldo

    Millions of soldiers died on the Western Front in World War One. The horrific stories and images from the frontline all reinforce the idea that fighting in the trenches was one long bloodbath. But statistics tell a different story. There were certainly days of great violence during four years of war – such as the first day of the Battle of the Somme. But nearly 9 out of every 10 soldiers in the British Army, who went into the trenches, survived.

    The horrific death toll paints a picture of trench fighting as a four year long bloodbath. But the facts and figures tell a very different story. There were terrible days of grim violence when thousands of lives were lost, and half of all British soldiers on the Western Front sustained some kind of injury. But nearly 9 out of 10 British ‘Tommies’ survived the trenches.

    How was this possible, considering that over 5 million British soldiers served on the Western Front? And when they weren’t involved in an attack, what was everyday life like for the troops?

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