Friedrich von Holstein is seen as a key figure responsible for World War I. Which country was he from?
Germany Click to see the answer
In what year did World War 1 end?
Where were German Zeppelins found?
In the Air
In which year did the USA enter the war?
In what month of 1918 did World War 1 end?
April 6th 1917, USA declared war on who?
The sinking of which British ship was a major push factor for the US entering the war?
Lusitania Click to see the answer
March Revolution 1917 took place where?
In what year was Edith Cavell executed?
In 1915, Italy declared war on Germany and who?
In which year did World War I start?
For how many days did World War 1 last?
On which date in 1914 did the war officially start?
The Siege of Antwerp took place in which country?
Germany, Austria and Turkey were called what?
Gustav Krupp named his 48-ton howitzer after his wife. What was its name?
Big Bertha Click to see the answer
Tommy' was the nickname of which country's troops in World War I?
Turkey entered the war in which year?
Who became French Prime Minister in 1918?
ANZAC were the forces from Australia and where?
During World War I, how did nurse Edith Cavell die?
In what year of the war was the RAF founded?
In which century was World War I?
ANZAC troops came from which continent?
Gotha Bombers were powered by which engine manufacturer?
In which year did World War I begin?
Mehmed V was the leader of which country during the war?
What did the US originally call the war?
European War Click to see the answer
In which month of 1914 did World War I begin?
Your country needs you' was a slogan from which country during World War I?
The Dreadnought was a type of what in World War I?
Caporetto was a battle in which country in Europe in World War I?
The Battle of Guillemont took place in which country?
Commander Haig had what first name?
The Saint-Chamond was a heavy tank used by which country?
The First Battle of the Marne was fought in which country?
A 'cuirassier' was a mounted soldier from which country?
At the end of the war, many countries signed a treaty outlawing what?
In World War I, what sort of bomb was the Mills Bomb?
Vimy Ridge was a key battle in World War I. In which country is it located?
Where did the Battle of Arras take place?
Who got defeated at the Battle of Caporetto?
Dutch native Mata Hari was accused of being a double agent while working as what in France?
Exotic Dancer Click to see the answer
On which continent did World War I begin?
What name was commonly given to those who were traumatized by battle in World War I?
Who was king of Italy during World War I?
Victor Emmanuel III
Who developed the Mark I tank?
Gotha Bombers were a weapon for which country in World War I?
What did a 'dogfight' involve during World War I?
Greece joined the war in which year?
Who was the Russian monarch during the war?
Ostend was a key port in World War I. In which country is Ostend located?
What year was the Battle of Loos?
Who issued his '14 points' in 1918?
Sholto Douglas was a senior military leader for who in World War I?
Which weapon came in the 'Jam Tin' variety?
In the name RAF, what does the R stand for?
What was a German 'Flammenwerfer'?
The Versailles Treaty was signed in which city?
Who was Woodrow Wilson's vice-president?
Thomas R. Marshall
On April 6th 1917, the USA declared war on who?
Germany Click to see the answer
An Armistice between Germany and who was signed in 1917?
What month did the Battle of Somme occur?
What was the 'blimp' in World War I?
Who became German Chief of Staff in 1916?
In which year did the USA enter World War I?
First used in World War I, which country invented the tank?
What was introduced in Britain in 1916?
In which year did the Hundred Days Offensive take place?
In what year did Turkey enter World War I on the side of Germany?
What was 'Little Willie' in World War I?
In what year did Japan enter the war?
On April 25th 1915, British troops first landed where?
How were the living conditions in German trenches in comparison to French and British ones?
What were Zeppelins in World War I?
In World War I, what were 'Pups' and 'Camels'?
Of the following, which nation had the LEAST soldiers involved in the war?
During which battle were tanks first used?
Mortars were used to project what in World War I?
If 'male' tanks were armed with cannons, what were 'female' tanks armed with?
On which part of the body were puttees worn?
Robert Borden was the prime minister of which country during World War I?
On which day was the 90th anniversary of the World War I Armistice remembered in 2008?
During World War I, in which year did the USA join the Allies?
Most of the conflict during World War I took place in which continent?
What was the capital of Prussia?
In what year did World War 1 commence?
In which country did the Battle of Verdun take place?
Vimy Ridge surrounded which Belgian city?
In which year did World War I end?
Many Scottish soldiers wore sporrans, which were types of what?
In which country did the Battle of the Somme take place?
During the 'Christmas Truce' of 1914, soldiers from each side famously played games of what?
Which Russian leader was in power in 1917?
Von Hindenburg had what first name?
Immediately after the end of World War I, what natural disaster hit Europe?
The Spanish Flu
What was a 'Mauser'?
In which year did Congress declare war on Germany during the course of World War I?
The Battle of Jutland occurred where?
In what year did German Zeppelins first bomb England?
1915 Click to see the answer
Which flu caused about 1/3 of military deaths during the war?
Kaiser William II of Germany abdicated in what year?
Which of these countries remained neutral during World War I?
Which of these was prime minister of France during the war?
In which city was Archduke Franz Ferdinand murdered?
Which of these were NOT a type of a dog in World War I?
Bomber Dogs Click to see the answer
In what year was the Sykes-Picot agreement made?
The German ship Lutzow was sunk in which battle?
Fritz Haber was a pioneer of which type of warfare?
What 'Offensive' did the German Army launch in 1918?
In what year did the Hundred Days Offensive take place?
With which side was Bavaria allied during the war?
How was Margarefe Zelle better known during the war?
The First Battle of Ypres occurred in which year?
Who was the British king during World War I?
George V Click to see the answer
Which was the only major sea battle of World War I?
The Battle at Vimy Ridge was fought between Germany and who?
In 1917 the Germans introduced which gas to the war?
Which of these animals played a key role in World War I?
What did the Allies begin on 18th July 1918?
In which area of conflict did Manfred von Richtofen excel?
How many kills was The Red Baron credited with during the war?
What was a pith helmet designed to protect the wearer from?
Gavrilo Princip was a member of which nationalist group?
Which World War I poet was killed at dawn on April 1, 1918?
In what month of 1914 did Britain declare War on Germany?
April 25th 1915, British troops first landed where?
Gallipoli Click to see the answer
What was World War I commonly called before World War II?
Who replaced Nivelle as French commander in chief in 1917?
At which Battle dud the British forces first use Gas?
In what year was the Lusitania sunk by German U-Boats?
In which country did The Battle of Passchendaele take place?
Soldiers of which two nations wore Brodie helmets?
US and Britain
Which was the first country to use gas against enemy troops?
Who joined Dual Alliance to make the Triple Alliance?
Tanks were first used at which Battle in World War 1?
Ferdinand I was the King of which Country during World War 1?
In what year did the Battle of Mons take place?
In which year did the Battle of Verdun take place?
Who replaced Asquith as Prime Minister of Britain in 1916?
The Lusitania was sunk off the coast of which country?
Which of these was a massive cannon developed by the British?
Railway Gun Click to see the answer
The disease Trench Foot occurred because of what?
Water in the Trenches
The war officially ended on which date in 1918?
During 1916, the Easter Uprising occurred in which country?
In what year was 'The Red Baron' finally shot down?
Rupert Brooke was famous for writing what during the war?
Who was emperor of Japan during World War I?
The Battle of Passchendaele took place in which year?
What was a Hypo helmet designed to protect the wearer from?
In which year was Tsar Nicholas forced to abdicate?
Who was the British Foreign Secretary at the outbreak of war?
Which nation had the MOST soldiers involved in the war?
What was the longest single battle of World War I?
The Battle of Verdun
William Throsby Bridges was a commander from which country?
In which year did the Russians launch the Brusilov Offensive?
The Battle of the Somme occurred in which year?
Which of these countries was NOT part of the Triple Entente?
For what reason was Mata Hari executed in 1917?
In which month of 1918 did the Battle of Amiens take place?
August Click to see the answer
Messines Ridge was a battle site near which area?
The Brusilov Offensive was undertaken by which country?
Who devised a famous plan for a German war on two fronts?
Which country's soldiers famously wore spiked helmets?
In which year did the Battle of Jutland occur?
In what month of 1914 did World War 1 commence?
Who was Russian Tsar at the outbreak of the First World War?
During which year did the Battle of Amiens take place?
Who commanded the German fleet at the Battle of Jutland?
Which country mobilized the most troops in the war?
Gotha Bombers was a weapon for which country in World War I?
The Schlieffen Plan was to attack which country?
The Treaty of Versailles was signed in which month?
The Gallipoli Campaign was fought in which country?
Most of the conflict took place in which continent?
The Flamethrower was a weapon introduced to the conflict?
The K-Wagen was a super-heavy tank used by which country?
In what year was Ludendorff appointed German Chief of Staff?
What was the F1, a French weapon in World War I?
The Battle of Passchendaele took place in which country?
Which of these empires collapsed directly after the war?
In which month of 1917 did the USA declare war on Germany?
The Battle of Verdun occurred in which country?
Kut was a battle location in which country during the war?
Which country deployed Zeppelins during World War I?
What was hamburgers renamed by Americans during the war?
Which of the following was used as front line messengers?
The 'Flying Elephant' was a proposed what, to be used by the British?
Tank Click to see the answer
Edmund Allenby led the third and final attempt to take which city in 1917?
What was the name of the first prototype tank created in World War I?
Battle of the Marne ended the success of which plan by Germany?
The Schlieffen Plan
Other than Belgium, which country did Germany invade on 4th August 1914?
What was one of the nicknames of the US's 369th Infantry Regiment?
Harlem Hell Fighters
How old was Gavrilo Princip when he assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
19 Click to see the answer
Who was the American general in charge of US troops in Europe?
John J. Pershing
Who was nicknamed 'Mad Jack' for his courageous feats during the war?
How was the German fighter Manfred von Richtofen better known?
The Red Baron
Which of the following was a popular type of plane during the war?
Which of the following was NOT a state of Germany during the war?
How many volunteers did the British Army have by the end of 1915?
Sholto Douglas was senior military leader for who in World War I?
To which country did the Kaiser flee after abdicating in November 1918?
Who was the commander of the British Fleet at the Battle of Jutland?
Jellicoe Click to see the answer
In what year did Russia and Germany sign the Treat of Brest-Litovsk?
The country known as Mesopotamia during the war is known as what today?
How many causalities occurred at The First Battle of the Marne?
In 1917, Arthur Balfour held which cabinet position in Britain?
The Treaty of Versailles limited the German army to how many men?
The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was signed between Germany and which nation?
During which year did the Germans launch the 'Spring Offensive'?
Russia signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with which other nation?
Kitchener was killed when which Ship was sunk by a German mine in 1916?
What name was given to those to refused to fight? 'Conscientious…'?
Who was Kaiser of Germany at the outbreak of the First World War?
Which World War I poet wrote the poem 'Anthem For Doomed Youth'?
Siegfried Sassoon Click to see the answer
What type of warfare in World War I was described as 'Dog fights'?
Which of these was an archduke whose assassination precipitated the war?
Which flower became a symbol of remembrance for those who died in the war?
Why was British philosopher Bertrand Russell jailed during the war?
Of these countries, which was NOT part of the Triple Alliance?
Which of these countries witnessed a FALL in GDP as a result of the war?
London was first attacked from the air by German fighters in which year?
On what day in November 1918 did the armistice come into effect?
Ostend was a key port in World War I. Which country is Ostend in?
Who was the Prime Minister of France when Verdun was attacked in 1916?
The Kaiser of Germany abdicated during which year of the conflict?
First Battle of the Marne saw who called into action for the first time?
The Royal Flying Corps
The 'Big Wing' strategy was implemented by which country in World War I?
In which year did Germany and Austria-Hungary form the Dual Alliance?
In what year did Lloyd George become Prime Minister of Britain?
1916 Click to see the answer
What was the name given to the American female telephone operators?
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was signed between which two countries?
Germany & Russia
How many men did the German Army loose at the Battle of Amiens?
At which Battle during the First World War was poison gas first used?
The Battleship Indefatigable was destroyed by who in World War I?
In which country were the last Olympic games before World War I staged?
The Brusilov Offensive was launched by Russia against which Army?
Queen Wilhemina was the Queen of which country during the First World War?
Tommy' was the nickname of which countries troops in World War I?
On which river did the Schlieffen Plan come to a shuddering halt?
Around the waters of which nation did the Battle of Jutland occur?
Which of these British prime ministers served during World War I?
David Lloyd George
Which international organization was created as a result of World War I?
League of Nations
in what year did the famous 'Your Country Needs You' posters first appear?
In which city did the post-war Peace Conference begin in 1919?
How many 'points' were involved in Wilsons programme for seeking peace?
Whom did Japan declare war on in 1914 when they entered the conflict?
In which month of 1916 did the Battle of the Somme finally end?