Timeline of World War I

Timeline Of World War I

The following tables list the main events which happened during World War I.

--- Theater Western Theater Eastern Theater Italian Theater
Caucasian Theater Middle East Theater Balkan Theater Colonial Theater
Naval Theater Diplomacy and politics

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Timeline Of World War I - Post-1920
... Dates Events 1921 October 13 Treaty of Kars between Bolshevik Russia and Turkey ... Details 1922 February 6 Washington Naval Treaty, limiting naval tonnage, signed by France, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States ...

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