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What difference does color make in your interpretation of war photographs?
One interesting aspect of this resource is the inclusion of many photographs of artifacts. Also note that these items were all contributed by the general public.
First hand accounts by American personnel.
Clearly focused on Ypres, this resource was created by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Scroll to the bottom of the page for links to many primary sources.
A companion website to THE GREAT WAR AND THE SHAPING OF THE 20TH CENTURY, a television series that goes beyond the military and political history of World War I to reveal its ongoing, social, cultural and personal impact.
Explore World War One (WWI) and the causes, battles, soldiers, women and poetry of the conflict dubbed the 'war to end all wars'.
Online photographs of World War I....
The Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures collection tracks American sentiment about the war in Europe before and after the United States became involved.
How amazing that we are able to hear these first person accounts!
Letters written by soldiers about the Christmas Truce of 1914...
First World War.com - A multimedia history of world war one...
More than anything for me, it is the everyday articles in old newspapers that open a real window to the past. The sales in local shops, the traffic accidents, the funding for local projects, the many things we so take for granted.