Yes, it’s the only thing resembling a war game I can get pretty much anyone to play. The original WW2 is simplest/most broken, but also the most accessible, which I think is a fine trade off. WW1 is at the sweet spot for me; giving the cards an extra simple use really evens things out while keeping the turns quick and fun.
This is a popular game in my house, but the dice role is too random and makes me want to cheat to ensure more progression, like Candyland. Playing on the floor makes the game take too long, too.