WHAT'S INSIDE: WORLD WAR I

The events leading up to the start of World War I depict a time in the history of the world where tensions between developing nations started to clash. This section contains information about the events leading up to the start of World War I.
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FEATURED: WORLD WAR I

Briand, Aristide (1862-1932), a French statesman. He was premier 11 times during 1909-29, but was most famous for his accomplishments as foreign minister during the middle and late 1920's.

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