Links to Other WWI Sites

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Art, Photography, Cartoons and other Images

  • Art of the First World War
    An astounding collection representing artists from Guillaume Apollinaire through Eric Kennington to Ossip Zadkine - UNESCO.
  • La Guerre illustrée
    [The War in Pictures -- March 1918 French ed. of Verdenskrigen i billeder (below)]
    (London: Illustrated London News & Sketch, 1918).
    Digitized in University of Wisconsin Digital History Collection.

  • Louis Raemaekers, Raemaekers' Cartoons (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1916).
    British propaganda cartoons on the German invasion of Belgium
    Digitally assembled at Brigham Young University.


Maps and Atlas

  • Maps of World War I, offering detailed maps of war plans, battles, and political realignments.


By Country


  • The Australian Archives: From this page can be located Australian WWI serving personnel records, along with memorials and other records of Australian participation in the Great War.
  • The Australian Defence Force Academy: Includes access to the 'First AIF Database Project' which... seeks to record comprehensive information on all 332,000 men and women (i.e. nurses) who served in the the Australian Imperial Force 1914-19.


  • Fort de Liezele. Belgium - 1908-1914; concrete fortifications. In Dutch and English.

A new Belgian site, 'In Flanders Fields'.

  • Les Chevaliers du Ciel, a site in French, from Belgium, on the German fliers, including Richthofen, Voss, Udet.


  • The Black Watch (RHR) of Canada - the senior Canadian Highland Regiment.
  • Canada at War - The National SchoolNet collections site, part of Canada's Digital Collections, includes the: CEF Attestation Papers; Books of Remembrance; Aviation Hall of Fame; Canadian Military Medals and Decorations; Canadian Veterans Recollect; Courage Remembered; The Northwest Rebellion of 1885; the Taconis Collection and Canadian Military Uniforms. Major resource, en français et anglais.
  • Over the Top, an interactive trench adventure at the Canadian War Museum.


England / Great Britain

  • The Accrington Pals - site dedicated to the 11th (Service) Battalion (Accrington) East Lancashire Regiment (It even has a German-language interface!)
  • Captain Noel Chavasse, Medical Officer of the 10th (Liverpool Scottish) Battalion, the King's (Liverpool) Regiment, England, the only man to win the Victoria Cross twice during the Great War. The primary reference for this life.
  • Hellfire Corner, a WWI site by Tom Morgan focusing on British and Imperial involvement.

The International Internet Encyclopædia of the First World War, England, an ambitious schools project with local history links. Ongoing.

  • The Psywar Society of Great Britain publishes The Falling Leaf, which has published articles dealing with the Great War, including 'The First Leaflet of the First World War', 'Propaganda Behind The Lines', and 'Air Disseminated Postcards of the First World War.


  • La Deuxième Bataille de la Marne 1914-1918, France - The Second Battle of the Marne River; Pour tout savoir sur la Bataille et les détails des opérations de la Commémoration de la Deuxième Bataille de la Marne.
  • Vestiges militaria - French-language portal to war relics & personal collections left over from the First and the Second World Wars.




The Netherlands


New Zealand

  • New Zealand and the Great War. Peter Hoar's contribution to mark New Zealand's participation in the war, including memorial sites, chronology and bibliography.

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland



South Africa

Turkey/Ottoman Empire

United States

  • Harry S Truman Library, (USA) - with a wide variety of representative documents and photos concerning the President's experiences.
  • Life at Camp Funston: Reflections of Army Sergeant Charles L. Johnston, USA. Co-respondence, photographs, dealing with Camp Funston (Ft. Riley), Kansas, 1918.
  • World War I History Commission Questionnaires of the State of Virginia, USA. The surveys of World War I veterans in Virginia, a fully-searchable database of over 14,900 records, one for each questionnaire respondent, accessible by name, city/county, and race. Each record is also linked to digitized images of each page of the questionnaires, as well as any accompanying material such as photographs and additional pages submitted by the respondents.

Miscellaneous Sites

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