» Military - World War l Resources
  • World War I - Kids social studies videos, lessons, quizzes and games for K-12 grade school kids that make learning fun and interesting
  • The Red Fighter Pilot - An on-line edition of Captain Manfred von Richthofen's 1917 account of the airwar during World War One. At The War Times Journal
  • 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
  • Aftermath - When the boys came home - The social and cultural aftermath of the Great War, especially in the UK. The experience of returned soldiers; the need for remembrance and war memorials; the literature of the early 1920s
  • PBS - The Great War - Click through maps and images of Eastern Europe, follow an interactive timeline, or read historian interviews with this PBS companion site about World War I
  • First World War.com - This deep and ever-expanding site effectively uses a vast collection of articles, photographs, multimedia files, and more to create an exceptional overview of World War I that would impress even the most exacting historians
  • The Battle of Verdun - The Battle of Verdun, fought between France and Germany in 1916, is the greatest in world history and caused over 700,000 casualties
  • World War l Naval Combat - World War 1 Naval warfare including the Battles of Jutland, Coronel and the Falklands, the scuttling of the German fleet at Scapa Flow and warships sunk
  • Art of the First World War - Under the patronage of UNESCO, the great museums of Europe (Caen, Vienna, London, Verdun, Bonn, Berlin and Paris) are holding a joint exhibition of their resources by painters who were contemporary with the First World War. Each work is accompanied by a detailed description which puts the artist in the context of the period in an extraordinary intertwining of art and history