WW1 Links

Research Sources:

Historical Overview of the First World War – from the BBC this site features articles on the origins, course and impact of The First World War.  Visit here

Trench Art Collection Caumont Luisi – online collection of trench art examples by collector Claire Luisi.  Visit here

Trenches On The Web – vast collection of resource materials on every aspect of The Great War including battlefield tours, a monthly newsletter and information on centennial commemorations.  Visit here

“The Spirit Of The American Doughboy” – this website contains historical information on the Doughboy statue sculptor E.M. Viquesney which became one of the most widely used WW1 monuments in the United States.  Visit here

Flanders Field American Cemetery – this website details this small American Cemetery in Belgium and the forthcoming book on it co-authored by Christopher Sims and Patrick Lernout.  Visit here

World War One Centennial Gallery – this website features a vast collection of magazine articles from 1914-1918 chronicling the war.  Visit here



CEF100 Commemoration Society – The CEF100 Commemoration Society provides leadership and support to maximize public awareness and involvement in remembering, honoring and learning during the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) 2014 – 2019  Visit here


Battlefield Travel:

Battle Honours Tours – based in the UK, Battle Honours specializes in walking tours of First World War battlefields.  Visit here


General Information:

La Grande Guerre 1914-1918 – comprehensive French site containing links to a huge variety of First World War I internet resources and sites.  Visit here

The Great War 1914-1918: Organizations Related to WW1 Remembrance, Research and Study – comprehensive page focusing on numerous WW1 resources.  Visit here


WW1 Geography:

World War I Sites – from Historvius Mapping History, a comprehensive guide and interactive map.  Visit here