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  • A Monumental Question (33 clicks)
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  • The woman's part;a record of munitions work,by L. K. Yates.(75 clicks)
  • “Nobody Would Eat Kraut”: Lola Gamble Clyde on Anti-German Sentiment in Idaho During World War I(506 clicks)
    When the United States went to war against Germany in 1917, German Americans faced vicious and unfair attacks on their loyalty. Many anti-German incidents were not recorded, but they lived on powerfully in people’s memories. In this 1976 interview, Lola Gamble Clyde, the daughter of an Irish-born Presbyterian minister and a teenager during World War I, described the “hysteria” that faced German Americans in rural Latah County, Idaho.
  • "Hezzie" Goes to War(2804 clicks)
    WWI through the eyes of a mid-Missouran
  • "Lafayette: We Are Here"(3277 clicks)
    The War College Division and American Military Planning for the AEF in World War I. An HTA book by Michael McCarthy.
  • A Sailor's Diary During World War I(417 clicks)
    Aboard the Submarine Chaser 177
  • Aftermath--When the Boys Came Home(3694 clicks)
    The aftermath of World War I, the Great War.
  • American Posters of World War One(1602 clicks)
    from the collection of Roger N. Mohovich November 1999 - February 2000 , Fairchild Memorial Gallery , Georgetown University Library
  • André Jeunet Collection: French Soldier in WWI(385 clicks)
    This digital collection consists of 205 images captured by French soldier André Jeunet (1896-1979) during World War I. It includes pictures of Jeunet, fellow soldiers, and civilians in northeastern France in 1915-1917 and the Balkans in 1917-1919. The photographs were taken with a Kodak vest pocket camera on 127 film.
  • Art of the First World War(1312 clicks)
    100 paintings
  • Art of WWI(3541 clicks)
    The major museums of Europe commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Armistice of 1918
  • Australia WWI Centenary(48 clicks)
  • BBC: World War I(79 clicks)
  • British Army war diaries 1914-1922(144 clicks)
  • British Posters of World War One(1571 clicks)
  • Canadian Posters from the First World War(1223 clicks)
    Archives of Ontario
  • Canadian Wartime Experiences(2801 clicks)
    Excellent university site covering Canadian participation in various wars..
  • Causes of World War I(5524 clicks)
    Analysis of why.
  • Civil War in Russia(2987 clicks)
  • Color Photographs of the Great War(859 clicks)
  • Color Photos(1244 clicks)
    World War I.... who would have thought there were original color photos of WWI? This site contains hundreds of photos taken by the French in the last two years of World War One.
  • Cover of: Hunting the German shark (362 clicks)
    Hunting the German shark the American navy in the underseas war Published 1918 by The Century co. in New York
  • Dear Home Letters from WWI(1100 clicks)
  • Declaration Respecting Maritime Law. Paris, 16 April 1856.(2422 clicks)
    Important regarding neutrality and the high seas
  • Documents relating the Treaty of Trianon, 1920(2862 clicks)
    documents, some with a Hungarian bias.
  • Encyclopedia of the First World War(1889 clicks)
  • Executed For Example(796 clicks)
  • Extracts of a World War One Soldiers' Diary(1764 clicks)
    Corporal Ludvig Kristian Johansen GJENVICK ,87th Division, 346th Infantry, Company "C"
  • Feldgrau.com(2996 clicks)
    "Welcome to the premier website on the German Armed Forces from 1919 to 1945. We focus on the history of the German military during the most tumultuous period in recent history. Our main focus is on the history of the units and organizations that made up the German military, especially during WWII."
  • Fighting at Home and Abroad(799 clicks)
    Chronicle of the African American Soldier in World War I
  • Fighting for Respect: African-American Soldiers in WWI(1119 clicks)
    by Jami Bryan, Managing Editor, On Point Article originally appeared in On Point, an Army Historical Foundation publication
  • First Call(1042 clicks)
    American Posters of World War One from the collection of Roger N. Mohovich
    November 1999 - February 2000
    Fairchild Memorial Gallery
    Georgetown University Library
  • First World War(2691 clicks)
    The great war through the collections of the French Army museum
  • First World War Diaries(1510 clicks)
  • First World War.com(2402 clicks)
    An extensive multimedia history of World War One, with battle summaries, bios, photos, audio, video and a timeline.
  • French Posters, 1914-1920(1941 clicks)
    Images of World War I. French Posters, Prints, and Books
  • Gallipoli 1915: The Drama of the Dardanelles(1315 clicks)
  • Geography of the Great War(338 clicks)
    By Frank M. McMurry. 1918
  • Geography of the Great War, The(430 clicks)
    Author: McMurry, Frank M.(Frank Morton),1862-1936. Subject: World War, 1914-1918 Publisher: New York,The Macmillan Company,1918.
  • Geography of the Great War, The(74 clicks)
    By Frank M. McMurry
  • Geography of the Grest War(310 clicks)
    by Frank M. McMurry
  • German prisoners in Great Britain(387 clicks)
  • Germany During World War One(2236 clicks)
  • Grandpa's WWI Diary(933 clicks)
    " The United States of America declared war on Germany, April 6th, 1917. Two weeks later Nathaniel "Nat" Rouse enlisted. After basic training at Camp Mills, Long Island, Private Rouse shipped-out for Europe to fight in the Great War. Serving in the 42nd Division / "Fighting 69th" regiment, he was 24 years old. This is his diary. It begins with an entry dated December 31st, 1917 in a camp in Northern France..."
  • Great War (1060 clicks)
  • Great War Archive(1122 clicks)
    "The Great War Archive contains over 6,500 items contributed by the general public between March and June 2008. Every item originates from, or relates to, someone's experience of the First World War, either abroad or at home."
  • Hellfire Corner: Tom Morgan's Great War Pages(1565 clicks)
    "On this web-site you will find articles on various aspects of the Great War. Below, there is a list of the current contents. Although the articles available at the moment mainly relate to the British and Empire involvement on the Western Front, Hellfire Corner is dedicated to the memory of all combatants, in all theatres of the war and from all sides."
  • Heritage of the Great War(737 clicks)
    "This website is dedicated to the events and consequences of World War One. We put some emphasis on unorthodox and thought-provoking points of view. We are averse to historicism and military fetishism. And we show people rather than strategic plans or statistics."
  • History of the American Negro in the Great World War(872 clicks)
    Book in text or audio format
  • http://tinyurl.com/l4rr9zw(47 clicks)
  • In Flanders Fields Museum(1300 clicks)
    "While In Flanders Fields Museum provides significant information about World War I, it also leaves the viewer with a strong desire to actually visit the museum."
  • In Memory of Private W. Carruthers(1380 clicks)
    16th Bn, Highland Light Infanrty. Died 1916.
  • John George Quekemeyer(1324 clicks)
    Aide-de-Camp to General Pershing
  • Learning Curve: The Great War(1331 clicks)
    This site, from the Public Record Office, the National Archives in Great Britain, "is one of a series of websites based on topics in the History National Curriculum and are designed for classroom use."
  • Liberty's Victorious Conflict(352 clicks)
    Liberty's victorious conflict: a photographic history of the World War. Published 1918 by Magazine Circulation Co. in [Chicago] .
  • Life at Camp Funston: Reflections of Army Sergeant Charles L. Johnston(1371 clicks)
    "He served during World War One as a member of Ambulance Company 239, 10th Sanitary Train, at Camp Funston (part of Ft. Riley ) Kansas. He nursed soldiers during the influenza epidemic of 1918-1919, the worst pandemic in history, and never fell to the disease."
  • Lions and donkeys: 10 big myths about World War One debunked(211 clicks)
  • Lives of the First World War(145 clicks)
  • Long, Long Trail, The(942 clicks)
    "The Long, Long Trail cuts through myth and misinformation to present the facts of the British Army in the First World War : a tribute to the men and women who fought and won - and to the million who died trying."
  • Major General Fox Conner(1420 clicks)
    A brief biography, 1874-1951
  • Manfred von Richthofen, The Red Battle Flyer(1444 clicks)
    The Red Baron's book.
  • Medical Front of WWI(999 clicks)
    This Section of WWI/WWW is concerned with all Medical aspects, Military and Civilian, of World War One, the Great War, The First World War
  • National Film Board of Canada: World War One(1182 clicks)
  • National World War I Museum(855 clicks)
  • National World War I Museum(756 clicks)
  • Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures(1149 clicks)
    From the Library of Congress
  • Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures(1108 clicks)
    The images in this collection track American sentiment about the war in Europe, week by week, before and after the United States became involved. Events of the war are detailed alongside society news and advertisements touting products of the day, creating a pictorial record of both the war effort and life at home. The collection includes an illustrated history of World War I selected from newspaper rotogravure sections that graphically documents the people, places, and events important to the war.
  • North Carolinians and the Great War(1141 clicks)
    "North Carolinians and the Great War" examines how World War I shaped the lives of different North Carolinians on the battlefield and on the home front as well how the state and federal government responded to war-time demands. The collection focuses on the years of American involvement in the war between 1917 and 1919, but it also examines the legacies of the war in the 1920s.
  • Notable American Volunteers of the Great War(1329 clicks)
    World War I.
  • Official Intelligence-Related Documents(990 clicks)
    Such as: * National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America, October 2005 * Final Report of the WMD Commission, March 31, 2005 * Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States * Congressional Debates and Other Material * Presidential Directives and Executive Orders * Director of Central Intelligence Directives * Department of Defense Directives on Intelligence * Laws and Federal Regulations on Intelligence * Congressional Research Service Reports
  • Official Reasons for America's Entry into WWI(1015 clicks)
  • Personal Correspondence of Harry A. Ford to his family, during WWI(733 clicks)
    LETTERS HOME
  • Photos of the Great War(1367 clicks)
    These are the images of that time, an eternal testament to all those whose lives were lost or forever altered by "The Great War."
  • Pursuit of an "Unparalleled Opportunity"(386 clicks)
    Subtitled The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy during World War I. By Kenneth Steuer
  • Rare color photos of World War I(203 clicks)
    Anton Orlov
  • Readings on World War One(1481 clicks)
    From Military Reading List. Recommends books and provides links to buy them. Also links to other wars.
  • Recollections of a recruit (360 clicks)
    Gregory Mabry, compiler. An official history of the fifty-fourth U. S. infantry. Published 1919 by The Schilling press, inc. in New York
  • Recollections of a recruit, an official history of the fifty-fourth U. S. infantry (1919)(647 clicks)
    by Gregory Mabry
  • Remembers Our Canadian War Heroes(1247 clicks)
    "The Archives [of Ontario] has recently acquired a series of letters written from the battlefront during World War One by brothers, Charlie and Wally Gray."
  • Robert Lindsay Mackay's First World War Diary(1541 clicks)
    Day-to-day life with the 11th Batallion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders from 1915 until the end of the war.
  • Sassoon Journals(60 clicks)
  • Source Material(1659 clicks)
    "This section of the website contains a collection of primary documents that, generally, will date from the years immediately before, during or after, the First World War, although there are much earlier documents that may be said to have contributed to the outbreak of war."
  • Sources on WWI Songs(1593 clicks)
    Brief guide
  • Spy, The(346 clicks)
    The spy written by members of the Chippewa Literary Society, Glanford ; the authors, Marion Spittal ... [et al.]. Published 1918 by Sachem in Caledonia .
  • Statistics of the Military Effort of the British Empire during the Great War (7 clicks)
  • Submarine The Autobiography Of Simon Lake (1938)(386 clicks)
  • The adventures of the U-202(352 clicks)
    an actual narrative by Baron Spiegel von und zu Peckelsheim (captain-lieutenant, commander of the U-202). Published 1917 by The Century co. in New York .
  • The Aerodrome - Aces and Aircraft of World War I(1449 clicks)
    Honoring the aces of World War I, the medals and decorations they received and the aircraft they flew.
  • The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand(1525 clicks)
    The immediate cause of WWI.
  • The Cartoon Book(1541 clicks)
    "Published in 1918 to mobilize support for the third Liberty Loan campaign during World War I, The Cartoon Book brings together contributions from forty-six cartoonists."
  • The Fourteen Points(1672 clicks)
    Woodrow Wilson's idealistic points for the peace settlement in Europe.
  • The Great War, 1914-1918(1645 clicks)
    Has material on the 36th (Ulster) Division as well as other materials.
  • The Great War: Vimy Ridge(1148 clicks)
    George Van Wyck Laughton, M.C. Canadian - Serving in the British 3rd Army, 34th Division, 26th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Irish)
  • The Home Fires of Huntington(1307 clicks)
    Women's Service Organizations in Cabell County, West Virginia, During the First World War
  • The Infantry cannot do with a gun less"(400 clicks)
    Subtitle: The Place of the Artillery in the British Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918. Book by Sanders Marble
  • The influenza pandemic of 1918-1919(756 clicks)
    The influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 killed more people than the Great War, known today as World War I (WWI), at somewhere between 20 and 40 million people. It has been cited as the most devastating epidemic in recorded world history. More people died of influenza in a single year than in four-years of the Black Death Bubonic Plague from 1347 to 1351. Known as "Spanish Flu" or "La Grippe" the influenza of 1918-1919 was a global disaster.
  • The Maritime War(1433 clicks)
    Trench warfare on the Western Front may have captured the popular imagination, but the First World War was very much a maritime conflict as well. This section of WWI/WWW provides resources on the naval side.
  • THE MEDICAL ASPECTS OF GAS WARFARE(1469 clicks)
    Several articles
  • The North-western Austro-Italian alpine front(1451 clicks)
    Illustrated article.
  • The Poster War Virtual Exhibit(1477 clicks)
    "The Poster War exhibit contains forty-six posters selected from the collection of the late Theodore Elizabeth Wright Macgillivray. These posters represent some of the work of Allied poster artists and the best work of their Canadian counterparts during the First World War."
  • The Prussian Machine(1526 clicks)
    World War One site focusing on German military
  • The Secret Service Submarine: A Story of the Present War (1915)(359 clicks)
    Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull, Guy Thorne
  • The Somme, A Land of History(1871 clicks)
    New Zealand and Australian troops in the Battle of the Somme.
  • The Stars and Stripes(1139 clicks)
    From February 8, 1918, to June 13, 1919, by order of General John J. Pershing, the United States Army published a newspaper for its forces in France, The Stars and Stripes. This online collection, presented by the Serial and Government Publications Division of the Library of Congress, includes the complete seventy-one-week run of the newspaper's World War I edition.
  • The thin Blue Line(1278 clicks)
    " Welcome to The Thin Blue Line This site is dedicated to all the men from the six constituent Sussex Police Forces and the three constituent Surrey Police Forces who fought in the First World War."
  • The woman's part;a record of munitions work(345 clicks)
    by L. K. Yates
  • The World War and What was Behind It(890 clicks)
    1918 book in text or audio format
  • Trenches on the Web(1315 clicks)
  • Verdun & Argonnen(1350 clicks)
  • War Diaries of the First World War(1527 clicks)
    This database contains the digitised War Diaries of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) units. From the start of the First World War, CEF units were required to maintain a daily account of their “Actions in the Field.” This log was called a War Diary. The War Diaries are not personal diaries, rather they are a historical record of a unit’s administration, operations and activities during the First World War.
  • War Diary of Dieter Finzen(910 clicks)
  • War Propaganda: World War I(941 clicks)
    The following paper on World War I propaganda was developed for a graduate seminar in December 1994. In the process of translating it into a format readable on the world-wide web, footnotes and references have been removed. If you are interested in receiving a copy of the footnotes, send electronic mail to the author at: aaron@propagandacritic.com.
  • What Did World War One Really Do for Women?(33 clicks)
  • Wire-roping the German submarine : the barrage that stopped the u-boat(370 clicks)
    Published 1920 by John A. Roebling's Sons in Trenton, N.J .
  • Woodrow Wilson and the Fourteen Points(1658 clicks)
    Not only Wilson but also others.
  • Woodrow Wilson as Commander in Chief(1392 clicks)
    The Formative Period of US Military Planning For the AEF in World War I, April-November, 1917
  • World Crisis & the Greatest War 1914-1918, The(142 clicks)
    Documentary
  • World War I Document Archive(1444 clicks)
  • World War I Factbook(1986 clicks)
    Large site on the Great War.
  • World War I History - 25 Volumes(1608 clicks)
    13,500 pages of text covering World War I history in 25 Volumes
  • World War I History Commission Questionnaires(1281 clicks)
    "The Virginia War History Commission was established in 1919 to collect, assemble, edit and publish information and material concerning Virginia's participation in World War I. "
  • World War I: (1914-1918)(1804 clicks)
    Military history from the Canadian Forces College
  • World War One(114 clicks)
    BBC program
  • WW I:The Italian Front(1494 clicks)
  • WWI Draft, Historical Background(836 clicks)
  • WWI Eastern Front Foto- Nachlass eines Soldaten(1032 clicks)
    Private and military archive fotos of a German officer during WWI. A lot of them unpublished yet.
  • WWI Maps(2093 clicks)
    From the U.S. Military Academy
  • “Get the Rope!” Anti-German Violence in World War I-era Wisconsin(527 clicks)
    In the early 20th century, German Americans were the nation’s largest immigrant group. Although they were regarded as a model of successful assimilation, they faced vicious—and sometimes violent—attacks on their loyalty when the United States went to war against Germany in 1917. The most notorious incident was the lynching of German-born Robert Prager in Colinsville, Illinois, in April 1918. Other incidents stopped just short of murder. In a statement made on October 22, 1918, John Deml, a farmer in Outagamie County, a heavily German and Scandinavian area of Wisconsin, described the nativist mob that had visited him two days earlier. Suspected of not strongly enough supporting the war effort, he was narrowly saved from lynching.
  • “We Had to Be So Careful”A German Farmer’s Recollections of Anti-German Sentiment in World War I(492 clicks)
    German Americans had a complex response to the attacks on their loyalty that emerged when the United States went to war against Germany in 1917. During and after the war, many German Americans began to conceal their ethnic identity—some changed their names; others stopped speaking German; still others quit German-American organizations. Many, like Frank Brocke, son of a German-American farmer, tried to keep a low profile. In this interview, Frank Brocke discussed his own assimilation (he later became the president of the local bank) which led him to justify the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II—a stance that many Japanese Americans and others would disclaim.