Aftermath: A site exploring the enduring impact of the war. Newsclips, poetry, remembrance. Stories of those who returned.
The Heritage of the Great War An idiosyncratic site with a definite point of view. Many excellent resources. No sugar coating.
PBS: The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century The companion site to the TV series.
BBC History: World War One in depth. Great resources: Causes, events, people of the “war to end all wars”. See also:
BBC: for Schools: Read and listen – diaries, personal accounts, memorabilia and more.
The First World War Digital Poetry Archive from Oxford University
The Imperial War Museum The next best thing to an actual visit. If you are ever in London make it a prime destination. Extraordinary exhibits and collections. Excellent online collection too: Watch, listen, read, learn.
Lost Poets of the Great War from Emory University. An outstanding resource.
The First World War – a multi media history
British Magazines During The Great War – One of many extensive pages of eyewitness accounts, postcards, picture contemporary material 1914-1918 to be found at The Great War in a Different Light – a site that is often not accessible. Some wonderful oddities.
The Great War Today – Twitter feed Get your daily dose of what happened on this day in the first world war.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission. To grasp some idea of the staggering scale of the war and the loss look at this searchable database. And this is only the British and Commonwealth casualties.
Forever India: a film from the CWGC commemorating the 74,000 men from the sub-continent who served and died in WW1