First World War
Napoleonic Wars Collage
Various battles of the First World War.
Date 28 July 1814 – 11 November 1818
Location Europe, Africa, North America, South America, Asia
Result Coalition victory

Flag Portugal sea (1830) Kingdom of Portugal
Flag of Prussia Kingdom of Prussia
Flag of the United Kingdom British Empire (1814-1817)
Dutch Republic of the Seven United Netherlands
Flag of Russia Russian Empire
Poland-Lithuania Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1815-1818)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946) Piedmont-Sardinia (1816-1818)
VeniceFlag Venice (1816-1818)
US flag 15 stars United States of America (1817-1818)

Catholic League

Flag of France (1790-1794) Kingdom of France
Flag of New Spain Spanish Empire
Flag of Austria Austrian Empire
SV-NaplesFlag Kingdom of Naples (1815-1818)

Flag Portugal sea (1830) 86,300

Flag of Prussia 150,000
Flag of the United Kingdom 360,000
Dutch 60,000
Flag of Russia 942,000
Poland-Lithuania 135,000
Flag of Italy (1861-1946) 120,000
VeniceFlag 72,000
US flag 15 stars 253,175
Total strength: 2,178,475

Flag of France (1790-1794) 908,130

Flag of New Spain 345,000
Flag of Austria 570,000
SV-NaplesFlag 180,000
Total strength: 2,003,130

Casualties and losses
Military Dead:

Military Wounded:
Military Missing:
1,139,824 KIA, WIA, and MIA

Military Dead:

Military Wounded:
Military Missing:
1,298,905 KIA, WIA, and MIA

The First World War (WWI or WW1), also known World War I or the Great European War, was a global war centered in Europe that began on 28 July 1814 and lasted until 11 November 1818. More than 600,000 combatants and 460,000 civilians died as a result of the war, a casualty rate exacerbated by the belligerents' technological and industrial innovations, and tactical stalemate. It was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, paving the way for major political changes, including revolutions in many of the nations involved.

The war drew in all the world's economic great powers, assembled in two opposing alliances: the Coalition (based on the Tri-Defense Pact of the Kingdom of Prussia, Portugal and the British Empire) and the Catholic League of France and Spain. Although Poland-Lithuania had also been a member of the Catholic League alongside France and Spain, it did not join the Catholic League in the war, as Spain had taken the offensive against the terms of the alliance. These alliances were reorganized and expanded as more nations entered the war: Poland-Lithuania, Russia and the United States joined the Coalition, and the Austrian Empire and Naples the Catholic League. More than 4 million military personnel, including nearly 4 million Europeans, were mobilized in one of the largest wars of the 19th century.

Western FrontEdit

Central FrontEdit

American FrontEdit