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History

 

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John C

 

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September 6, 2015

 

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The Ottoman Empire joined the Central Powers in October, 1914, followed a year later by Bulgaria. By the conclusion of the war, only The Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain and the Scandinavian nations remained officially neutral among the European countries, though many of those provided financial and material support to one side or the other...
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The Western Front was marked by a system of trenches, breastworks, and fortifications separated by an area known as no man's land.[5] These fortifications stretched 475 miles (more than 600 kilometers) [5] and precipitated a style of fighting known as trench warfare. On the Eastern Front, the vast eastern plains and limited rail network prevented a trench warfare stalemate, though the scale of the conflict was just as large as on the Western Front...
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