World War I, 1914-1918

trenchEyewitness to World War 1
– articles on important events of World War I. Includes primary sources. From EyeWitness History

First World War
– topics: Chronology – Allied armed forces – Battles – Political and military leaders – Soldiers – Outbreak of war – Central powers – Technology – British home front – Trench war – Major offensives. From Spartacus Education

First World War video
– archival visual material relating to aspects of the First World War. From  National Film and Sound Archive

World War 1 (4 August 1914 – 28 June 1919)
– overview of World War 1, timeline of campaigns and images. From RSL Virtual War Memorial

World War One
– topics: Descent into war, Campaigns and battles, The world at war, The human experience, The trenches: virtual tours, Debates,  Making peace. From BBC

World War I – Australia

VRROOM – Virtual Reading Room
– primary sources from the National Archives of Australia

100 Years of ANZAC : the Spirit lives
– information for students and teachers. From Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Australians on the Western Front 1914-1918
– Australian Remembrance trail in France and Belgium. Includes information, images and maps. From Department of Veterans’ Affairs

– 3D documentary site. Includes: ANZAC landing, Campaign overview, Profiles, Video and audio. From ABC

Gallipoli 1915: the drama of the Dardanelles
– written and visual resources on the conditions, the war at sea and the air war at Gallipoli. From the Imperial War Museum

Gallipoli and the Anzacs
– history of the Gallipoli landing, timeline and accounts from the people who participated. From Department of Veterans’ Affairs

World War I, 1914 – 1918
– information about Australia’s experiences of war. Includes: Overview and chronology of the conflict, Supplementary information and anecdotes, Australian Home Front during WWII, Battle for Australia. From Anzac Day Commemoration Committee