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S.S. - World War I

Trench Warfare Game

Put yourself in the position of generals at the front with this Trench Warfare game.

World War When

Memorise dates of the First World War in this game.

In Flanders Field

Schools Online World War One: Read and hear the journal of an anonymous London lady as she describes the outbreak of War. Also, listen to songs of the time.

Zeppelins by Nancy Cunard

An animation of the Nancy Cunard poem, 'Zeppelins'

BBC - Schools Online World War One - H.Q.

Schools Online World War One: Explore the topic of World War One through games, poems, and factual articles with an interactive timeline and essay plan builder.

INFANTRYMAN - An Interactive Experience

Can you survive the infantryman's war in World War 1?
Between 1914 and 1918 millions of soldiers, including about 331,000 Australians, fought in World War 1.

The game / Over the top

Over The Top – An Interactive Adventure

The Great War | PBS

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.

Our Websites, Features, and Articles Are Recommended By:

Comprehensive information on the First World War of 1914-1918: Trenches on the Web and Doughboy Center sites; St. Mihiel Trip-Wire newsletter, Over the Top magazine; & Roads to the Great War blog.

EyeWitness To World War I

EyeWitness Accounts Of The First World War

«; More World War One

Most WW1 soldiers died on the Western Front, use our animated map to watch what happened at the battles of Ypres, Verdun and the Somme.

History Trails: Wars and Conflict

Structured online course about 'Wars and Conflict' to help you hone your history skills

League of Nations Home Page

The League of Nations Photo Archive is a newly announced resource that is sponsored jointly by the Center for the Study of Global Change, the United Nations Library, and the Indiana University Libraries. The League of Nations Overview of PhotoCollections organizes the photos into groups: Personalities, Assemblies, Councils, Delegations, Commissions, Conferences, the Secretariat, the Permanent Court of International Justice, the Bureau International du Travail, and miscellaneous photos.