World War I (a.k.a. the Great War or the First World War) was waged from 1914-1918 between the Allies (Great Britain, France, Belgium, Russia, the United States, Italy, etc.) and the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, etc.), and formally ended in 1919, with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles.
University of Birmingham resources for academics, graduate students and lay persons. Includes site map, seminars, events, forums, and members' publications.
Eyewitness accounts of some of the key events in the war.
A multimedia history of World War One including the build-up, source documents, timeline, maps, battlefields and battles, weaponry, who's who, memoirs, and vintage audio, video and photographs.
In depth battle studies using translated material from both German and allied official documents.
Online material from the United States National Archives and Records Administration.
Hosting commentary on the Great War, especially its literature, performing and fine arts, with images from the past and present.
News, research and analysis about the Great War, from leading academics and researchers worldwide.
On-line document as amended.
Anglo-centric collection of articles giving details of major battles of WW1 and news of current events relating to First World War battlefield sites
A collection of all War Times Journal resources relating to the First World War. Includes historic archives, photo galleries and specially written articles.
Society encourages discussion, learning, scholarship, and independent research on the events surrounding the war.
Collected news, analysis and commentary on the centenary, including an interactive documentary video and weekly interactive photographs.
Articles, cartoons, and pictures on the bizarre heritage of the war.
Links to resources.
Memorials of the men of the parish who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War (1914-1918), including galleries.
Collecting, preserving and researching photographs and memories of the Great War 1914-1918 since 1999.
Dedicated to the war, exhibiting an extensive collection of battlefield relics which have been personally retrieved from the various battlefields in Europe.
Archive of primary documents, international in focus, assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List (WWI-L). Includes official papers and documents, personal papers, books, images and a biographical dictionary.
Collection of maps of the battles, military campaigns and aftermath of World War I. Created by the USMA Department of History for military training purposes.
A site of remembrance, with photographs, directions and historical information on over 1000 cemeteries of the Great War, also many photographs of military cemeteries and memorials around the world.
Collection of websites, magazine and e-publications about the Great War.
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