• Anachronisms

    Cyanide pills weren't used until WWII.

  • Continuity

    In the climatic battle when Ares escapes from the Lasso of Hestia and throws Diana away with a blast, she falls on the ground with the lasso folded and fastened on her belt.

  • Incorrectly regarded as goofs

    In the final battle, when Diana is fighting Ares, there is a Mark V Tank, and then later one is picked up by Diana. The Mark V is a British design and is unusual to be found in a German staging area. However, this is military research facility and it is quite possible that the Germans have captured British tanks for research purposes and developing more effective weapons against it.

  • Incorrectly regarded as goofs

    The movie takes many liberties with Erich Ludendorff's biography, from murdering his superiors with chemical weapons to his death date. However these are deliberate products of a plot that diverges significantly from real-life history in many other respects. They are not goofs.

  • Plot holes

    When the agent in the alley takes his cyanide pill and kills himself, Diana and Steve seem oblivious to the fact that there are 5 other agents still alive and unconscious in the alley, that they could get information from. They simply walk away, leaving the information these agents have undiscovered, and a bunch of German agents in the alleyway to go on their merry way once they wake up.