Russia's Great Armies

When entering WWI, fighting for the allies, Russia had the largest army of all the countries, with a little less than 6 million soldiers. Unfortunately, with the vast number of soldiers, Russians were not fully equipped with ammunition and guns as the other countries were. Although Russia made a small impact on the face of World War I, they were easily defeated in combat, and lost almost two thirds of their army. They suffered immensely nationally and economically.