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Compare the importance or at least three factors which affected the lives of the civilian population during the First World War.
One of the factors that affected the lives of the civilian population was the fact that many cities were attacked and demolished. An example of this is the Battle of Verdun. Verdun is a key city in France, which is the gate for supplies to reach soldiers out on the front. During this battle, over 700,000 people died altogether. Some of them were soldiers, some of them were civilians. The Axis also sieged the city and turned it into a big area of rubble. This no doubt affected the lives of the people who were living in or near Verdun. This played a big factor because many other cities were…
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