Land forces of the belligerents, Aug. 4, 1914

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Land forces of the belligerents, Aug. 4, 1914
country regular divisions (with number of field armies) other land forces total manpower
Central Powers
Germany 98 (8) 27 Landwehr brigades 1,900,000
Austria-Hungary 48 (6) 450,000
Allied Powers
Russia 102 (6) 1,400,000
France 72 (5) 1,290,000
Serbia 11 (3) 190,000
Belgium 7 (1) 69,000 fortress troops 186,000
Great Britain 6 (1) 14 territorial divisions* 120,000
*Restricted in 1914 to service at home.
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