General Great War sites
National Archives homepage. The home of records relating
to the Great War, family history and many other areas. Documents
on line can be accessed here.
Imperial War Museum. Within their collections are films,
videos, photographs, documents, sound recordings, art and physical
items such as uniforms. Then there are the exhibitions, spread
over their sites at London, Duxford, the Churchill Museum, Manchester
and HMS Belfast on the River Thames.
Royal British Legion. PLEASE support this organisation
throughout the year, not just on Poppy Day, as the work they
do for our veterans is invaluable.
Western Front Association. An incredibly useful site
from the national association devoted to furthering interest
in and knowledge of the Great War. The site covers many different
aspects of the war, not just the Western Front! And don't forget,
they have a very active forum
too, in which you are likely to find answers for the most obscure
A very useful, general knowledge site.
Great War Forum. An extremely busy forum with experts
on every subject within the scope of the Great War that you
could wish for! It's free and a mine of information.
The National "Roll
of Honour" site. A massive, privately run project intent
on recording every name on every war memorial in the country.
Victoria Cross site. A useful forum for those wishing
to find out specific information on this most coveted of bravery
awards. The history of the Victoria cross - indexed by names,
War One Battlefields, by someone who has been there
- a lot! Alan Jennings has put together a really good site that
is well worth a look around, especially if you cannot get there
Front photography from award winning photo journalist
and Battlefield guide Mike At Maur Sheil. A superb site well
worth losing a few hours gazing at!
degree cemeteries on the internet. If you are unable
to journey see a cemetery, perhaps this site will help you capture
the essence of a particular cemetery to some degree.