links describe the United States's involvement in the Great
War, or World War I.
The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
The killing of an heir to the throne touched off a series of events that led to the beginning of the war.
The Christmas Truce
Christmas Day 1914 was a truce between soldiers who the day before and the day after tried to kill each other.
This was the first war to be fought by countries all around
the globe. Your About Guide to Military History shows you
in-depth the causes, events, and consequences of World War
I, or the Great War.
Century History: World War
Your About Guide to the 20th Century looks at the Great War
from an overall, social perspective. This site is a good
reminder that wars don't always happen totally on the
Very comprehensive site detailing the struggle first called
The Great War and now called World War I. See how this war
brought the struggle over colonies and territories into the
War I Document Archive
This awesome site has loads of firsthand accounts of life
and death during the First World War. Doing a report on this
war? Get your primary sources here!
War I Maps
These maps of the Great War come to you from the U.S.
Military Academy, at West Point.
Ami - World War I Carrier
This is no joke! This carrier pigeon flew messages back and
forth during World War I and saved 194 American
of World War I
Find out more about the Great War, called the "War to End
courtesy of ArtToday