World War I & II  1914-1945

World War I & II 1914-1945

The twentieth century contains the most bloody wars in our history. In the modern history of humanity two "World Wars" are known. World War I (1914-1918), also known as 'The Great War', where the Triple Entente fought against the Triple Alliance. And the Second World War (1939-1945), where the Allies fought against the Axis Powers.

Our replicas of insignia and weapons from the armies of the whole world involved, honour these episodes that can be kept in our memory. Hand grenades, carbines, rifles, pistols, revolvers, daggers, rifles and machine guns are some of the weapons that staged the two great world wars.

World War I, also known as the Great War, was a war developed mainly in Europe, which began on July 28, 1914 and ended on November 11, 1918, when Germany called for the armistice. After six months of negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference, on 28 June 1919 the warring countries signed the Treaty of Versailles. More than nine million combatants died, an extraordinarily high figure, given the technological and industrial sophistication of the belligerents, with their consequent tactical stagnation. It is considered the fifth deadliest conflict in the history of Humanity. The convulsion that provoked the war was soo big , that auspiced the way for great political changes.

The Second World War was a global military conflict occurred between 1939 and 1945. It involved most of the nations of the world. It was the greatest war in history, with more than a hundred million soldiers mobilized and a state of "total war" in which the great contenders dedicated all their economic, military and scientific capacity to the war effort, erasing the distinction between resources Civil and military. Marked by events of enormous historical repercussion that included the mass death of civilians, the Holocaust and the use of nuclear weapons for the first and only time in a military conflict, World War II was the deadliest conflict in the history of humanity, with a final result of between 50 and 70 million victims.

The cinematic tradition has sealed in our memory epic battles and missions of soldiers and spies ... that in many cases use our replicas of historical weapons.

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