Countries in World War I

Can you name all the participating countries in World War I?
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Last updated: August 7, 2014
First submittedAugust 6, 2014
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Entente Powers
Entente Powers
Andorra
Japan
Armenia
Liberia
Belgium
Montenegro
Brazil
Nepal
China
Nicaragua
Costa Rica
Panama
Cuba
Portugal
France
Romania
Greece
Russia
Guatemala
Serbia
Haiti
Siam
Honduras
UK/British Empire
Italy
USA
Central Powers
Austria-Hungary
Azerbaijan
Bulgaria
Darfur Sultanate
Dervish State (Somali)
Germany
Ottoman Empire
Neutral, but occupied
Albania
Luxembourg
Persia
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Level 34
Aug 6, 2014
A fun quiz but your list is a bit incomplete. You missed several (mostly minor) participants including Brazil, Thailand and Cuba.
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Level 59
Aug 7, 2014
Thank you for pointing this out. Updated to include minor participants. Also added neutral countries which were occupied during the war.
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Level 48
Jan 23, 2015
Dude, You've put darfur sultanate, dervish state, andorra, armenia, siam and haiti but you haven't put Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India. 4 of the most important countries in WW1!
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Level 59
Jan 24, 2015
Canada, Australia and New Zealand were considered part of the British Empire until the Statute of Westminster (1930s). India was "simply" a colony, meaning it had very little independence. That means the 4 countries couldn't decide whether to join the war, the UK decided it for them. That's why they're included under the British Empire and not listed separately.
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Level 39
Jun 20, 2015
Anyone here heard of Poland, anyone? Yoo hoo!
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Level 59
Jun 20, 2015
Poland didn't become independent until after WWI was over. It was a part of the Russian Empire.
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Level 59
Aug 24, 2021
They gained independence along with much of eastern europe after the treaty of brest-litovsk and fought with the central powers
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Level 64
Aug 6, 2015
Poland was partitioned and split between Russia, Prussia (later Germany), and the Habsburg Empire (later Austria and Austria-Hungary) in 1795. The borders between the three countries would shift over time but Poland would not become independent until the end of World War I in 1918 and took its final shape in 1921 during the Russian Civil War. By "final shape" I mean its interwar shape, not its modern shape which was drawn up by Stalin after World War II.
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Level 64
Aug 6, 2015
Armenia was not an independent country in World War I. The bulk of historic Armenia was part of the Ottoman Empire and what we know as Armenia today was the Russian Empire's smaller portion. Azerbaijan was also not independent. Historic Azerbaijan was part of the Russian Empire and Persia. Again, the former Russian portion is what we know as Azerbaijan today.
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Level 59
Aug 7, 2015
I admit, the two are on-edge cases. They became (de facto) independent only in 1918 (only half a year of WWI left). Azerbaijan allied with the Ottomans to defeat Armenia. Armenia was allied with the British against the Ottomans and was given independence in the Treaty of Sèvres as an Entente power. The years 1917-23 were a huge mess, it's hard to tell what exactly happened everywhere.
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Level 45
Jun 8, 2016
where is turkey on the list have you never heard of Galippoli??
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Level 59
Jun 9, 2016
You mean the Ottoman Empire? It's right there.
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Level 26
Dec 1, 2016
Nepal??
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Level 59
Dec 1, 2016
Apparently they declared war on at least 1 Central Power during World War I.
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Level 24
Jan 29, 2017
did i really forget france?!
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Level 74
Apr 8, 2019
If you are going to include Armenia and Azerbaijan then you have to include Poland, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia - all 3 of those states existed on 11th November 1918. And where is Georgia, the third of the trans-Caucasian Republics?
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Level 59
Apr 12, 2019
I could try to explain, but by now, it makes more sense to redirect the takers of this quiz to the featured quiz Countries in World War I by AdamSutherland.