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When did World War 1 begin?

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On the 1st of August, 1914.
World War 1 began on August 1st, 1914 when Germany declared war on Russia. Russia had mobilized troops on Germany’s border. This was the reason for the starting of this war. And this war ended in the year 1918.

What country is ancient Babylon today?

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Ancient Babylon is located about 100 kilometers (60 miles) south of Baghdad in modern-day Iraq. The city of Babylon is located along the Euphrates River now. It was founded by the ancient Akkadian-speaking people of southern Mesopotamia around 2300 B.C.

Which Indian city has the highest number of monuments?

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Though monuments are present in different cities of India, Delhi has the highest number. This city has 3 world heritage sites which are named as Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort complex, and Qutub Minar complex.

Which country was linked with Khmer Rouge?

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Khmer Rouge, a communist party, had taken the command of Cambodia in 1975. Pol Pot was the leader of Khmer Rouge. Their government built a terror regime in Cambodia and adopted the genocide policy against their own inhabitants.

Why did the Schlieffen plan result in a stalemate?

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The plan of Schlieffen resulted in a stalemate. This was so because the German high command did not sufficiently commit to that plan.
The plan called for a very token force to be left to defend Germany against a possible French attack in the south. In the meantime, a right-wing was made to come around from the north and crush the French. But the German high command made the left wing too strong and right-wing relatively weak. Thus the right one was not able to break the French and result in a stalemate.

Who won the battle of Naseby in the First English Civil War?

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The Parliamentarian New Model Army.
The Battle of Naseby was a decisive engagement of the First English Civil War, fought on 14 June 1645. The Parliamentarian New Model Army led by The Lord Fairfax of Cameron and the Parliamentarian Army had effectively destroyed the Royalist Army, within a year Parliament had won the first civil war. It was fought in Northamptonshire, near the village of Naseby.

How many people died in WW1?

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About 8,500,000 soldiers died in this war. Military deaths were 5 million, and civilian deaths were 3 million.
World War 1 is also known as the Great War which started in 1914 and ended in 1918. A lot of people died in the Great War. A total of 20,000,000 people from all the nations died, including civilians and soldiers.

The first newspaper was introduced in which country?

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The first newspaper to be introduced in Rome was Acta Diurna in 59 BC. It was a handwritten newspaper that was posted in a specific public place as per the orders of Ruler Julius Caesar. In 700 AD, Chinese published the first printed newspaper which was named as Dibao.

What was the battle of Bloody Marsh?

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The Battle of Bloody Marsh took place on July 7, 1742, between British and Spanish forces on St. Simons Island.
On July 7, 1742, Spanish and English forces skirmished on St. Simons Island in an encounter, known as the battle of Bloody Marsh. The event was the only attempt by Spanish to invade Georgia during the War of Jenkins’ Ear, and it resulted in a significant English victory.