The Western Front Association
Heroic Measures - American Nurses in World War One.
World War One Resources at the British Library
E.T. Agius Family Website
Nursing and Medicine During World War 1
The Western Front Association (WFA) was formed with the aim of furthering interest in The Great War of 1914-1918. An excellent source of information.
A collection of source documents detailing origins, treaties, major speeches, personalities, battles, weapons, audio archive, and photographs.
A site dedicated to helping you discover the British army and its soldiers of the First World War.
The aim of this website is to share stories, photographs and documents relating to the Great War of 1914 to 1918. The site was begun in 1999 and will always be a work in progress.
"In 1917, more than 22,400 American women left their homes, their families and their positions in hospitals and private homes to sail to foreign countries..." A great blog.
Explore over 500 historical sources from across Europe, together with new insights by World War One experts.
A fascinating family history WW1 and prior with plenty of WW1 letters. Four brothers saw service on the Western Front and survived the war, despite being wounded in some of the bloodiest conflicts. They were mentioned in despatches and two won the M.C.
World War I was a profound event that played an important role in the placement and future advancement of women within the military. This is particularly true when looking at nurses and the service and care they provided the US military during WWI; both the Navy and the Army allowed women to become more mobilised than ever before.