Revisit World War I's 100th anniversaries day by day (15 PHOTOS)

Revisit World War I's 100th anniversaries day by day (10 PHOTOS) (10)

The Great War Day by Day is an illustration blog about the First World War (1914-1918) that delves into the conflict daily with a graphic that takes the reader back in time to today’s date 100 years ago.

At the time known as the Great War but better known to history as World War I, the global conflict was one of the deadliest in history, claiming an estimated 37 million combined casualties on both sides. Spanning 4 years, 3 months and 2 weeks, the 100th anniversary of its battles and notable moments have been steadily ticking away since July 28, 2014 and will continue through Nov. 11, 2018.

And the blog, located on Tumblr and Facebook, is updated every day. With that being said, lets look at some of the most notable 100ths in the past month.

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