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::- Pete Matcham, (pmatcham@actrix.co.nz)
 
::- Pete Matcham, (pmatcham@actrix.co.nz)
 
::- Geoffrey Miller, (gmiller6@bigpond.net.au)
 
  
 
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::- Alan Albright. (pelerin2@gmail.com)
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::- Geoffrey Miller, (gmiller6@bigpond.net.au).
 
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:: [http://web.archive.org/web/20020105101958/www.ukans.edu/~kansite/ww_one/arch.html May 1998 - April 2001]   (outdated and historical)
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:: [http://web.archive.org/web/20020105101958/www.ukans.edu/~kansite/ww_one/arch.html May 1998 - April 2001]   (historical copy - note that the information at this site is outdated)
 
:: [http://listserv.ksu.edu/archives/wwi-l.html 2005 to present]   (current archive - open only to WWI-L List members)
 
:: [http://listserv.ksu.edu/archives/wwi-l.html 2005 to present]   (current archive - open only to WWI-L List members)

Latest revision as of 04:15, 2 April 2009

The World War I Military History discussion group -- or WWI-L -- supervised by Mark Parillo at Kansas State University (parillo@ksu.edu), is one of several lists dealing with military history on the Internet. Since May 1994, when it was founded by Steve Baldwin and Jane Plotke, WWI-L has included an international membership of historians, scholars and students in its internet e-mail community numbering hundreds of members from around the world. WWI-L deals with the period of approximately 1890-1920, and topics under discussion vary and include the whole range of the Great War era -- military, diplomatic, social, economics, and the arts.


This web site has been greatly helped by efforts and material contributions (images and text) from WWI-L members.


Subscribing:
You may subscribe to WWI-L by sending an e-mail to
- Pete Matcham, (pmatcham@actrix.co.nz)
or
- Geoffrey Miller, (gmiller6@bigpond.net.au).


Archive:
May 1998 - April 2001   (historical copy - note that the information at this site is outdated)
2005 to present   (current archive - open only to WWI-L List members)