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Oct 19, 2022

[Answer] 1. A classic example of a retronym deals with the Great War that lasted from 1914-1918. After the massive war from 1939-1945, what retronym has been used to describe the Great War?

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...1. Plank's War 2. World War I 3. Revolutionary War 4. Franco-Prussian War It would seem rather silly to call the Great War by its retronym without having a second world war to compare it to. If someone had done so during the 1920s, they would have implied a second world war long before it ever happened.




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World War I:


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