World War I lasted from 1914 to 1918.
The powers in 1914 were well-prepared for a long war, including stockpiling food and critical raw materials.
The longer the war went on, the more advantages went to the Central Powers.
The Allies had larger, deeper, and more versatile economies compared to the Central Powers.
Economic preparations for a long war were made by all the powers involved in World War I.
Test your knowledge of the economic history of World War I with this quiz. Explore topics such as economic mobilization, war debts, reparations, and the impact of economic warfare. Delve into the economic failures and postwar issues related to the First World War.
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