See How Much You Know About World War I

Troops from the 1st Australian Division walk near Hooge, Belgium, during World War I fighting on October 5, 1917.
Troops from the 1st Australian Division walk near Hooge, Belgium, during World War I fighting on October 5, 1917. Frank Hurley/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Test your knowledge of World War I, from the Battle of the Somme to the Armistice.

November 6, 2018 11:00 am (EST)

Troops from the 1st Australian Division walk near Hooge, Belgium, during World War I fighting on October 5, 1917.
Troops from the 1st Australian Division walk near Hooge, Belgium, during World War I fighting on October 5, 1917. Frank Hurley/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
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World War I lasted for more than four years and remains among the bloodiest and most destructive conflicts in history. How much do you know about the Great War?

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