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The industrialized world went to war in 1914 after tensions spilt over from the assassination of then little-known Archduke Ferdinand. Allegiances forced parties to declare war on one another and, within time, the world was embroiled in what would come to be known as "The Great War" or the "War to End All Wars" (later to become chronologically recognized as "World War 1"). As powers geared up for the battlefield, the once-euphoric public were shocked that the "gentlemen's wars" of old had given way to dastardly implements such as chemical warfare, machine guns, fighter aircraft and armored vehicles of trench warfare - war was a bloody an affair as ever before. The conflict was primarily centered in Europe and fought between the Central Powers and the Triple Entente. The Central Powers were made up of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the German Empire, the Ottoman Empire (modern-day Turkey) and the Kingdom of Bulgaria. The Triple Entente was forged of an alliance between Great Britain, France and Russia and later on went to include allies such as the United States and Italy by war's end.


By the conclusion of the years-long conflict (many suggested at the outset that this would be a short-lived war to be over by Christmas of 1914), millions lay dead or maimed for life and the empires of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey were no more. The Russian Empire itself ceased to exist amidst internal political issues, bowing out of the war in 1917 to become the Soviet Union in 1922. The Allied victory was eventually ensured by the contributions and sacrifices of many. With the Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires dissolved, Germany was handed much of the blame for the war - laying down the foundation of what would become World War 2.


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Aircraft

AEG C.IV
AEG G.IV
AGO C.II
Albatros B.II
Albatros C.I
Albatros C.III
Albatros C.V
Albatros C.X
Albatros D.I
Albatros D.II
Albatros D.III
Albatros D.V
Albatros D.Va
Albatros J.I
Aviatik B.I
Aviatik C.I
DFW C.V
Fokker D.VII
Fokker D.VIII
Fokker Dr.I (Dreidecker) Triplane
Fokker E (Eindecker) Monoplane
Friedrichshafen G.III
Gotha G.IV
Gotha G.V
Halberstadt CL.IV
Hansa-Brandenburg B.I (Type D/FD)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.12
Junkers CL.I
LVG C.II
LVG C.V
LVG C.VI
Pfalz D.III
Phonix D (Series)
Rumpler 6B
Rumpler B.I
Rumpler C.I
Rumpler C.III
Rumpler C.IV
Rumpler C.VII
Rumpler C.VIII
Rumpler D.I
Rumpler G.I
Siemens-Schuckert D.III
Siemens-Schuckert D.IV
Zeppelin L.10 (LZ-40)
Zeppelin L.32 (LZ-74)
Zeppelin L.52 (LZ-98)
Zeppelin Z.XII (LZ-26)
Zeppelin-Staaken R.VI


Small Arms

Bergmann MP18 SMG
Luger P08 Pistol
Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr
Mauser Gewehr 98
Mauser Model 1871
Maxim MG08
Model 1917 Eirhandgranate (Egg Grenade)
Model 24 Stielhandgranate (Potato Masher)


Vehicles

Ehrhardt E-V (Panzerkraftwagen Ehrhardt)
K Grosskampfwagen (K-Wagen)
Sturmpanzerwagen A7V


Artillery

7.58-cm Minenwerfer
7.7cm Feldkanone 16
7.7cm Feldkanone 96
15-cm sFH 13
17-cm mittlerer Minenwerfer
25-cm schwerer Minenwerfer
42cm Type M-Gerat 14 L/12 "Big Bertha"


Ships

SM U-106
SM U-9
SMS Baden
SMS Goeben
SMS Moltke
SMS Mowe
SMS Schleswig-Holstein


Aircraft

Airco DH.2
Airco DH.4
Airco DH.5
Airco DH.9
Armstrong Whitworth FK.8
Avro 504
Avro 523 Pike
Avro 529
Beardmore WB III / SB3
Blackburn R.T.1. Kangaroo
Bristol F.2
Bristol Scout
C.23 Coastal Airship
Felixstowe F.5
Handley Page H.P. O/400
Martinsyde F.4 Buzzard
NS.7 North Sea-class Airship
Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2
Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.8
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5
Short Type 184
Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter
Sopwith Camel
Sopwith Dolphin
Sopwith Pup
Sopwith Snipe
Sopwith Triplane
SSZ 65 SSZ_class Airship
Vickers FB.5
Vickers Vimy


Small Arms

Enfield Mk (Series)
Grenade, Hand No.6
Grenade, Hand No.7
Hotchkiss Model 1909 LMG
Hotchkiss Model 1914 HMG
Lee Metford (Magazine Lee Metford)
Lee Enfield (Series)
Mk 1 (Mills Bomb)
No. 15 Ball Grenade
No. 16 Oval Grenade
No. 34 Egg Grenade
Vickers Machine Gun Mk 1 .303
Webley Bulldog Pocket Revolver
Webley Revolver


Vehicles

Gun Carrier Mk 1
Little Willie
Medium Mark C (Hornet)
Medium Tank Mk A Whippet
Rolls-Royce Armored Car
Tank Mk I (Big Willie / Mother)
Tank Mk IV
Tank Mk V
Tank Mk IX


Artillery

6-Inch 26 cwt
Ordnance ML 9.45-inch Trench Mortar
Stokes Mortar 3-inch


Ships

HMS Agamemnon
HMS Agincourt
HMS Bellerophon
HMS Ben-my-Chree
HMS Canada
HMS Dreadnought
HMS King Edward VII
HMS Warspite (03)


Aircraft

Bleriot XI
Breguet Br.M5
Breguet Bre.14
Caudron G.4
Caudron R.11
Dorand AR
Farman MF.11 Shorthorn
Hanriot HD.1
Moraine-Saulnier Type N
Nieuport 11 (Bebe)
Nieuport 17
Nieuport 27
Nieuport 28
Salmson 2
SPAD S.VII (S.7)
SPAD S.XII (S.12)
SPAD S.XIII (S.13)
Viosin Type 5


Small Arms

F1 (Hand Grenade)
Fusil-Mitrailleur Mle 1915 CSRG
Hotchkiss Model 1909 LMG
Hotchkiss Model 1914 HMG
Lebel Model 1886


Vehicles

Char D'Assault Schneider
Char D'Assault St. Chamond
Charron-Girardot-Voigt 1902
Renault FT-17


Artillery

Canon de 105 mle 1913 Schneider
Canon de 155 C mle 1917 Schneider
Canon de 155 GPF mle 1917
Canon de 75 modele 1897 (M1897)


Ships

Bretagne


Aircraft

Aeromarine 39
Aeromarine 40
Curtiss H-16
Curtiss JN-4 (Jenny)
Curtiss NC (Nancy)
Martin MB-1 / Glenn Martin Bomber
Standard J-1
Vought VE-7 Bluebird


Small Arms

Browning M1917 (Model 1917)
Browning M1918 (BAR)
Colt M1911
Cold Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless
Colt Model 1917
Hotchkiss Model 1909 LMG
Hotchkiss Model 1914 HMG
M1917 Enfield (American Enfield)
Marlin M1917/M1918
Mk 1 (Hand Grenade)
Mk 2 (Pineapple Grenade)
Remington Model 10 Shotgun
Remington Model 11 Autoloading Shotgun
Smith & Wesson Model 67
Smith & Wesson Model 1917
Smith & Wesson Triple Lock Revolver
Springfield M1903 (Model 1903)
Stevens M520-30 Shotgun
Winchester Model 1897 Shotgun
Winchester Model 1912 (Model 12)


Vehicles

Holt Gas-Electric Tank
King Armored Car
M1917 6-ton
Tank Mark VIII (International Tank / Liberty)


Artillery

M1918 155 GPF


Ships

B-class Submarine
USS Arizona (BB-39)
USS Bainbridge (DD-1)
USS Lapwing (AM-1)
USS South Carolina (BB-26)
USS Texas (BB-35)


Aircraft

Aviatik D.I (Berg D.I)
Hansa-Brandenburg C.I (Type LDD)
Hansa-Brandenburg D.I (Type KD)
Lloyd C.II
Lohner B.VII
Lohner C.I
Phonix C.I
Ufag C.I


Small Arms

Mannlicher Model 1886
Mannlicher Model 1888
Mannlicher Model 1895
Mannlicher Model 1900 Pistol
Mannlicher Selbstladepistole Model 1903
Roth-Steyr Model 1907 Pistol


Artillery

Skoda 30.5 "Schlanke Emma"


Aircraft

Ansaldo A 1 Balilla (Hunter)
Caproni Ca.1
Caproni Ca.3
Hanriot HD.1


Small Arms

Beretta Model 1889 Revolver
Beretta Model 1915 Pistol
Beretta Model 1918 SMG
FIAT-Revelli Modello 1914 HMG
Carcano Modello 1891 Rifle
Pistola a Rotazione Modello 1889 (Bodeo)
Pistola Automatica Modello 1910 (Glisenti)


Artillery

Cannone da 65/17 Modello 1913
Cannone da 75/27 Modello 1906


Ships

Andrea Doria
Benedetto Brin

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