Why the question:

The guns fell silent over Europe on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, bringing an end to a brutal war that drew soldiers and contributions from all over the world. There was Indian blood spilled in Europe, as well as Africa, West Asia, and Asia.


The question’s main demand

The key demand of the question is to write about the causes of the First World War and the contributions of Indian soldiers to it.


Examine – When asked to ‘Examine,’ we must thoroughly investigate the topic (content words), inspect it, investigate it, and establish the key facts and issues concerning the topic in question. While doing so, we should explain why these facts and issues are significant and what they mean.


Structure of the response:


Begin by setting the scene for the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which triggered the Great War of 1914.


First, write about the geopolitical tensions that had been brewing throughout Europe—particularly in the troubled Balkan region of southeast Europe, where alliances involving European powers, the Ottoman Empire, Russia, and other parties had existed for years. Other factors, such as economic and military causes, should be mentioned.

Next, discuss the enormous participation and contribution of Indian soldiers in World War I. Provide supporting statistics.


Finish by summarizing.

Legacy Editor Changed status to publish November 16, 2022