World War I in the Colonies: China, Middle East and Africa — Weapons and Warfare

Soon after London declared war on August 4, 1914, Britain’s colonial and dominion governments worked closely with the Admiralty to put together expeditions designed to seize Germany’s overseas ports and high-frequency radio stations. At the same time, the India Office organized the expedition to Mesopotamia to protect the Anglo-Persian oil fields. The choices political, military, […]

via World War I in the Colonies: China, Middle East and Africa — Weapons and Warfare.

Theaters in World War I that usually don’t get a lot of attention.

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5 Responses to World War I in the Colonies: China, Middle East and Africa — Weapons and Warfare

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Fascinating how international the scope was for WW1

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