Gold World War I Coin Angel Heaven Royal Iconic Unusual Collectors Collection Uk
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Gold World War I Coin Angel Heaven Royal Iconic Unusual Collectors Collection Uk:
World War I
Coin Uncirculated 24Kt Gold Plated Commemoration Coin
It has a the King who were on the throne during the war King George V (the queens grandfather)
It has the words "Georgivs V Britt : Omn : Rex Et Ind Imp"The other side has an angle with soldiers in the background
It has the word "Great War" and the years of the war 1914 to 1918The Reverse has an angel with soldiers in the background going to war the years of the first world war 1914 & 1918 and the words "Great War"
The coin is 40mm in diameter, weighs about 1 oz.
Comes in air-tight acrylic coin holder
In Excellent Condition
Would make an Excellent Gift or Collectable Keepsake Souvenir for the Great War which is the 100 years old in2014I have a lot of Coins on so
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Britain declares war on Germany.
Japan joins the Allied forces: Ottoman Empire soon joins the Central Powers.
War spreads to the Women take up men's jobs.
Stalemate continues on the Western Front.
The Lusitania passenger liner is sunk, with 1,200 lives lost.
London attacked from the air by German Conscription for men aged between 18 and 41.
A million casualties in ten months: Germany aims to 'bleed France white'.
At sea the Battle of Jutland takes place.
Armed uprisings in Dublin: the Irish Republic is German Army retreats to the Hindenburg Line.
United States joins the war and assists the Allies.
Tank, submarine and gas warfare intensifies.
Royal family change their surname to Windsor to appear more Germany launches major offensive on the Western Front.
Allies launch successful counter-offensives at the Marne and Amiens.
Armistice signed on November 11, ending the war at 11am.
In Britain, a coalition government is elected and women over 30 succeed in gaining the vote.Warfare refers to the conduct of conflict between opponents, and usually involves escalation of aggression from the proverbial "war of words" between politicians and diplomats to full-scale armed conflicts, waged until one side accepts defeat or peace terms are agreed on.Warfare between groups, and military organisations requires a degree of planning and application of military strategy to be conducted effectively in reaching their stated or assumed objectives and goals.Historians have found it useful to differentiate between distinct periods of warfare in history, often as a result of recorded dramatic changes in the conduct of combat due to the influence of technology or changes in the societies that waged wars. Because European technology has dominated warfare since the end of the Renaissance, the periodisation has been largely Eurocentric and technology-oriented.War is an organized and often prolonged conflict that is carried out by states or non-state actors. It is generally characterised by extreme violence, social disruption and an attempt at economic destruction. War should be understood as an actual, intentional and widespread armed conflict between political communities, and therefore is defined as a form of (collective) political violence or intervention. The set of techniques used by a group to carry out war is known as warfare. An absence of war is usually called peace.