This site is designed as a multimedia history of World War I.
It contains information on battles, timelines, maps, and a nice
biography section. This last is very helpful in that an A-Z listing
of important people is available and that a student can view the
bios of people from a certain country or of people who had a certain
This site is a massive undertaking. The Library of Congress has been taking the first-hand accounts of U.S. Veterans from WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Guld War and the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. A good place to start is to click on View Featured Interviews. Interviews have been organized around a specific theme with as many of the wars represented as possible. They are constantly adding to the list of featured themes.
Great resource for straight facts regarding Senator Robert La
Follette of Wisconsin and his opposition to President Wilson's speech
requesting a declaration of war. However, some students may not
find it interesting because there aren't any pictures or other presentations
to grab the attention of the reader.
This site is very organized and lays out the various categories of World War I on the home page, which help the viewer find their objective much easier. It contains important dates and more detailed explanations about what happened at each event from 1900-1919. The site also includes short, precise descriptions of important topics, books, maps, songs, and films from this era.