World War I - How Did It End?

Various events are considered instrumental in ending the conflict of the First World War. One such effort was Great Britain’s naval blockade of Germany, which limited the Germans’ access to food and materials. Meanwhile, conditions and morale in Russia continued to worsen, until finally the Bolshevik Party came to power and promised to pull the Russians out of the war. A boost of manpower to the Allies from the United States, along with the eventual signing of treaties and armistices, helped finally lead to the end of fighting. In Part 3 of our series on WWI, finds out how World War I finally drew to a close.

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