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World War I started after Romania declared war on Hungary. Romania's declaration came two days after the formation of the PEACE GC and was declared before many PEACE protection pacts with Hungary became active.
The war, which pitched ATLANTIS forces against the newly formed Global Community PEACEKeeping Force, enveloped twenty-three of twenty-nine world nations and quickly became the world's bloodiest war—succeeding the Balkan Wars—with the Battle for Northern Great Plain becoming the bloodiest battle in any war. That battle succeeded the previous day's Battle for Southern Great Plain, which had in turn succeeded the Spanish Battle for Campeche in the Ibero-American War for the title of "bloodiest battle." (More...)