This is true for the impressive collection at the Museum of the Great War at Peronne, which also shows the experiences of participants in World War I with the emphasis on the impact of the conflict on the 20th century.
What does WWI stand for?
WWI stands for World War I
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- Military and Government
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We have 38 other meanings of WWI in our Acronym Attic
- Washington Wine Institute (Olympia, WA)
- Weight Watchers International
- Wesleyan Women International
- What Was It?
- Whistling Woods International (India)
- WhiteWater Inc (Charlton, MA)
- WinStar Wireless, Inc. (Winstar Communications, Inc.)
- Wireless and Wireline Initiative (Sprint & Sprint PCS)
- Wireless World Initiative
- Women for Women International
- World Wide Images (database)
- World Wings International, Inc (former Pan Am flight attendants)
- Worldwatch Institute (Washington, DC)
- Wisconsin Women’s Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
- Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man (Australian comedy)
- Who Wears It Better (slogan)
- Wimbledon Women in Business (UK)
- Western Wireless International Corporation (Bellevue, WA)
- Wired/Wireless Internet Communications (conference)
- Without Walls International Church (Tampa, FL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The "War to End All Wars" was not known as World War I until the commencement of World War II a couple of decades later.
THE WAR OF THE RING AS WORLD WAR I If the assumption is made that The Shire is England, the logical extension is that Middle-earth represents Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The new "In Flanders Fields" museum is in Ypres' medieval Cloth Hall which was rebuilt along with the rest of the city after it was leveled by World War I bombardments.
THE ILLUSION OF VICTORY: Americans in World War I by Thomas Fleming Basic Books, $30.
FORMER World War I fighter pilot Hubert Williams has celebrated his 106th birthday.