If you are interested in historical events that changed the world and the First World War in particular, pay attention to these resources. These sites are mainly dedicated to World War I and may contain various military articles along with pictures and personal war stories. You may also browse these websites for educational videos and tutorials if you need to deepen the historical knowledge you already have.
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First World War.com - A multimedia history of world war one
Imperial War Museums explores conflict from WW1 to the present day. Visit one of our five sites or explore our archives to discover real stories of modern war.
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The National Army Museum is the leading authority on Our Army and its impact on society past and present. We seek to inspire, engage and educate through our world class museum and collections.
A Guide to the WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War
A resource for military historians, genealogists, and others with an interest Canadian participation in the Great War of 1914-1918 (also referred to as World War 1, or the First World War)
The Illustrated First World War allows search of the entire 1914-19 First World War archives of the celebrated Illustrated London News, featuring the finest WW1
Independent, impartial and international news coverage of the First World War Centenary.
The First World War Diary of Private George Culpitt 3rd Batallion Royal Welch Fusiliers
Original English poetry inspired by war graves of soldiers killed in the First World War, as well as churches in Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire, and Herne, Kent.
History of Switzerland during the First World War, 1914-1918
We Were There Too is a unique cross community project created to capture, record and preserve the impact, experience and contribution of London’s Jewish communities during the First World War era.