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A Multimedia History of World War One
- A collection of source documents detailing origins, treaties, major speeches, personalities, battles, weapons, audio archive, and photographs.
- History of men from Ballymena and District who fought, including full memorial and recruitment listings and pictures.
British and Commonwealth Mining Operations on the Western Front
- An undergraduate dissertation on mining warfare from the British perspective Neil Ashworth.
Centre for First World War Studies
- University of Birmingham resources for academics, graduate students and lay persons. Includes site map, seminars, events, forums, and members' publications.
Documents of World War I
- Collection from before 1914 to 1919.
EyeWitness: World War One
- Eyewitness accounts of some of the key events in the war.
Great War 1914-1918
- In depth battle studies using translated material from both German and allied official documents.
Mary Riter Hamilton: Traces of War
- Presents the art works related to the First World War of Mary Riter Hamilton. Her task was to provide paintings of the battlefields of France and Belgium for publication in a veterans’ magazine, The Gold Stripe.
The Espionage Act, May 16, 1918
- On-line document as amended.
The Great War
- Anglo-centric collection of articles giving details of major battles of WW1 and news of current events relating to First World War battlefield sites
The Great War Series
- A collection of all War Times Journal resources relating to the First World War. Includes historic archives, photo galleries and specially written articles.
The Great War in the Classroom
- Article describes an online interactive simulation used to teach the origins of World War I. The potential pitfalls of using role-playing in the history classroom are discussed, as well as the reasons for its success.
The Heritage of the Great War
- Articles, cartoons, and pictures on the bizarre heritage of the war.
The Legends and Traditions of the Great War
- Links to resources.
The Memorial at Bidford-on-avon
- Memorials of the men of the parish who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War (1914-1918), including galleries.
The Western Front Museum
- Dedicated to the war, exhibiting an extensive collection of battlefield relics which have been personally retrieved from the various battlefields in Europe.
The World War I Document Archive
- Photographs, links, articles, a biographical dictionary and related resources.
University of Virginia Library: Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War Collection
- This collection includes posters, sheet music, broadsides, manuscripts, ephemera, movies, and photographs.
WW1: Experiences of an English Soldier
- Transcripts of Harry Lamin's letters from the first World War, posted on a weblog exactly 90 years after they were written.
Western Front Association - United States Branch
- An international organisation formed to further interest in the period 1914-1918.
What Really Caused World War 1?
- Article putting the case that America was drawn into the war as the result of a conspiracy.
World War One Cemeteries
- A site of remembrance, with photographs, directions and historical information on over 1000 cemeteries of the Great War, also many photographs of military cemeteries and memorials around the world.
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