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Most of the actual combat that occurred during World War I took place on the mainland of Europe, with both a Western and an Eastern Front active for most of the war. Clashes on land and at sea occurred elsewhere around the world, however, especially in the Middle East but even as far afield as the Pacific Basin.

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There were two countries that saw most of the fighting, as the Western Front stretched across France and Belgium. I am not aware of which country got the worst of it. Probably France because they had the two Battles of the Somme.

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The primary battles of World War 1 took place in eastern Europe in Russia and the Austrian Empire, in Western Europe in the trenches in France and Belgium, and in the Middle East, in areas that are now Iraq and Israel/Palestine. Lesser battles also took place in what is now northern Italy and in colonial Africa.

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βˆ™ 13y ago

At the western front, in France.

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Most of it took place in France.

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βˆ™ 13y ago

Europe (I know this response is bad).

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βˆ™ 15y ago

In Europe.

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Q: Where did the majority of the battles take place in ww1?
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