World War 1 Survival Guide

A brochure of the World War


The two opposing groups that fought in World War I were the Centeral Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Turkey) and the Allies, an alliance that grew from the three members of the Triple Entente (Britain and the British Empire, France, and Russia) to incorporate 27 Allied and Associated powers, including Italy and, towards the end of the war, and the USA.

War Heros

Wounding was not always physical. Thousands of men suffered emotional trauma from their war experience. The First World War created thousands of casualties. New weapons such as the machine gun caused unprecedented damage to soldiers’ bodies. The First World War changed the ways that soldiers were cared for when they were wounded.

Making those who surived war heroes.