3. Germany in the 1920s - Facing History and Ourselves
Germany in the 1920s 111 killed in all of the major wars fought between 1790 and 1914. In one battle in July, 1916 at Somme in France, Britain had over 60,000 casualties. That same year, Germany lost about 400,000 soldiers and France nearly half it’s army in the battle of Verdun. By the end of the war, France alone had lost 1.2 million soldiers.
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