"On June 28, 1914, a single spark — the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand — set the whole world ablaze by destabilizing an already strained web of alliances. Learn about 10 key battles that spanned multiple continents as the major powers fought at home and in territories abroad, making the Great War one of the first truly global conflicts."
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