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World War 1 was from 1914 to November 1918. World War 2 was from September 1939 with the German invasion of Poland, and ended finally when the Japanese surrendered in August 1945. WW2 was followed a few years later by the Korean War, from June 1950 to July 1953

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E-card identification

Usually you have to click on a link to see the card. The number probably only identifies that it is the 12,345th one sent on a particular day. They then match it up with the selected design, name and message.

How was world war 1 different from previous wars?

Hi Patti, --------- As far as I know that was the first war that battle tanks were introduced (and that is a huge revolution). In a way also aircrafts were first introduced to the battlefield but with much less effect. --------- Best regards,