Great War in Numbers, The

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History
6 x 60’

The First World War was a war unlike any other. It was a war of numbers. Men, ammunition, guns, ships, aircraft; quantity made the difference between victory and defeat. For the first time in history, everything was recorded in exacting detail. Sixty-five million men were mobilized to fight: They died at a rate of 6,000 a day. 1.2 billion artillery shells produced, 1.1 million machine guns, and 50 billion bullets fired. Using these staggering statistics, this series presents a unique and compelling history of the First World War.

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Janice Strangward
SVP Sales & Acquisitions
Wag Entertainment Limited.
jstrangward@wagentertainment.com
+44 (0)7990 583 732

Samuel Masters
Sales Executive
Wag Entertainment Limited.
smasters@wagentertainment.com
+44 (0)7595 028 512

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