World War One

World War One gas masks

World War One gas masks

November 21, 2017
Citation: C N Trueman Gas masks in World War One historylearningsite.co.uk. The History Learning Site, 31 Mar 2015. 19 Feb 2016. Gas masks…

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World War One Museum Kansas City

World War One Museum Kansas City

September 3, 2017
Liberty Memorial Tower The Liberty Memorial Tower rises 217 feet above the main courtyard and 268 feet above the North Lawn. The cylindrical…

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World War One Weapons

World War One Weapons

August 5, 2017
The main weapon used by British soldiers in the trenches was the bolt-action rifle. 15 rounds could be fired in a minute and a person 1, 400…

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Italy in World War One

Italy in World War One

July 8, 2017
One Hundred Years of Remembrance An Italian Trench on the Eastern Front (Corriere della Sera, November 1915) On May 24 2015, Italy celebrated…

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World War One DBQ

World War One DBQ

June 14, 2017
Just like a touchdown, the new AP US History DBQ is worth seven points. The DBQ is 25% of your final score on the exam, so it is crucial for…

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World War One events

World War One events

April 23, 2017
You are here Upcoming Events Featured Event Sand to Snow: Global War 1915 The year 1915 was pivotal in terms of the world-wide involvement in…

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World War One US involvement

World War One US involvement

April 12, 2017
Citation: C N Trueman America and World War One historylearningsite.co.uk. The History Learning Site, 6 Mar 2015. 19 Feb 2016. America entered…

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World War One Recruitment Posters

World War One Recruitment Posters

March 23, 2017
In 1914 Lord Kitchener introduced voluntary enlistment to expand the British forces. Professor Peter Simkins explains why and how this initiative…

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Research Paper on World War II

Research Paper on World War II

March 3, 2017
The 2016 Essay Contest Being an American of dark complexion and some 26 years, these questions flash through my mind: Should I sacrifice my…

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World War One Historical Association

World War One Historical Association

February 25, 2017
Created by an Act of Congress in 2013, the World War One Centennial Commission seeks to bring national attention to “America’s forgotten war”…

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World War One medals

World War One medals

February 4, 2017
Only five types of campaign medal were issued. The British War Medal, 1914-1920 This is the most commonly issued medal. It is impossible to set…

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World War One begins

World War One begins

January 3, 2017
World War II began before dawn even had the opportunity to break in September 1939 when German forces tore into Poland. For the better part of…

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World War One Death

World War One Death

November 18, 2016
Certificates celebrating the ANZAC Between 2014 and 2018, Australia will commemorate the ANZAC Centenary. Queenslanders will have the opportunity…

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Trench warfare in World War One

Trench warfare in World War One

November 13, 2016
Trench warfare trench warfare: British soldier in a trench on the Western Front, World War IHulton Archive/Getty Images warfare in which opposing…

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Who was in World War One?

Who was in World War One?

November 11, 2016
World War I also called First World War or Great War, trench warfare: British soldier in a trench on the Western Front, World War IHulton Archive/Getty…

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World War One Homefront

World War One Homefront

September 8, 2016
When most people hear the word war they think of soldiers and sailors, guns and battles, death and destruction. Those are all part of war, but…

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World War One images

World War One images

July 15, 2016
World War I. … who would have thought there were original color photos of WWI? This site contains hundreds of photos taken by the French in the…

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World War One political Cartoons

World War One political Cartoons

July 6, 2016
Dr. Seuss (1904-1991) may be best-remembered for his irreverent rhymes and the timeless prescriptions for living embedded in them, but he was…

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CAUSES OF WORLD WAR one essays

CAUSES OF WORLD WAR one essays

June 9, 2016
All that can be done is to offer such examples as will be helpful in explaining the usual custom and to suggest the manner in which the abbreviations…

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World War One nurses

World War One nurses

June 8, 2016
Image caption Nurses and volunteers on both sides faced constant danger Nursing in World War One was exhausting, often dangerous work and the…

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World War One injuries

World War One injuries

May 23, 2016
Caring for casualties Casualties had to be taken from the field of battle to the places where doctors and nurses could treat them. They were…

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Books on World War II

Books on World War II

April 29, 2016
Rationing for the War Effort Ask anyone who remembers life on the Home Front during WWII about their strongest memories and chances are they…

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World War One Battlefields today

World War One Battlefields today

April 15, 2016
Somme Battlefields Film I have put together a short film on the Somme Battlefields, showing some of the sites that can be seen there. This can…

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Was World War One inevitable

Was World War One inevitable

October 2, 2013
Why does the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand — the event that lit the fuse of World War One 100 years ago Saturday — still resonate…

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