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World War I (1914-18) set alight a continent, scarred a generation and shaped a century. Now, you can experience the turmoil and transformation of the Great War, right on your iPad.World War I for iPad contains 36 chapters, written especially for this app by Alpha History authors and qualified historians (no public domain or Wikipedia content). Chapter list:1. Introduction2. Germany3. Britain4. France5. Russia6. Austria-Hungary7. Ottoman Empire8. United States9. Kaiser Wilhelm II10. Nationalism11. Imperialism12. Alliances13. Militarism14. The Balkans15. Assassination in Sarajevo16. The July Crisis17. The Schlieffen Plan18. Western Front19. Trench warfare20. Eastern Front21. Gallipoli22. Italian Front23. Global war24. Military commanders25. Naval and air war26. Weapons27. Chemical weapons28. Total war29. Opposition to the war30. War poetry31. Russian Revolution32. US enters the war33. Germany capitulates34. Treaty of Versailles35. A new Europe36. Human cost of warEach chapter contains an audio reading of the text, so you can read along or use World War I for iPad as an audiobook. Chapters also feature great graphics and cartoons, hand-picked for their historical value. There is also a great range of support material, including embedded videos, a comprehensive timeline and glossary, a collection of quotations and a 'strange but true' trivia section. And if that's not enough, you can test your knowledge of World War I with eight interactive crosswords and eight multiple-choice quizzes!World War I for iPad is ideal for casual readers or as an e-textbook for students across a range of levels, including:- Middle and high school History courses- IB, AP and other diploma-level History courses (US)- GSCE and A-level (UK)- VCE, HSC and other Australian courses- undergraduate or college students seeking an accessible introduction to the Great WarStay tuned in 2014 for more great History apps from Alpha History.