how was the first world war on the eastern front differed from that on the western front explain

Q- How was the First World War on the ‘Eastern Front’ differed from that on the ‘Western Front’? Explain.

Answer- 1. On the Eastern Front, war was strongly fought by Great Britain, who were having strong Naval force and Strong army.

2. On the eastern front was Russia and there was already existing turmoil in Russia due to Russian Revolution, so they could not concentrate much on the war front leading to a large amount of casualties and destruction.

3. Though Germany gave equal fight on both Eastern and Western part as they were fighting on both the Front as a part of a block called “Central Power”.

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