Central Europe during World War I. 1914.
World War I (in the 20s and 30s called "the great war") – an armed conflict from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918 between the Allies: Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, Japan, Italy (from 1915) and the United States (since 1917) and the Central Powers: Austria-Hungary and Germany, supported by Turkey and Bulgaria. It was the largest armed conflict on the European continent since the Napoleonic Wars. By the end of the war, four major imperial powers—the German, Russian, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires – ceased to exist. The successor states of the former two lost substantial territory, while the latter two were dismantled. The maps of Europe were redrawn, with several independent nations restored or created For the first time in history it uses chemical weapons, planes, submarines, tanks and trucks. Wikipedia.
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Title: Mapa szczegółowa Europy Środkowej. Teren wojny europejskiej. Publisher: J.M. Bazewicz. Place of publisching: Poland, Warsaw Date: 1914. Language: polish Description: 92x64cm, scale 1:2500000. Central meridian: Greenwich. On left – fortifications list.
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