A wonderful site, created and maintained by enthusiasts
on the Great War. It contains a wealth of detail on a vast range of
topics relating to the war, from trenches to technology to the Home
Front and much more. There is also a facility to make contact with
other interested people by email.
This site provides an interesting American perspective
on the issue of conscription. It contains the notes made by the Secretary
of the League of a series of speeches made in the USA against conscription
into what some Americans saw as a European war.
Part of the Spartacus web site, this resource
should be invaluable to students researching the Great War. Contents
of the encyclopaedia range from War at Sea to famous battles to the
contribution of East Grinstead to the Great War.
This site contains a large range of documents,
ranging from official government papers and treaties to the letters
and diaries of individual soldiers. It is a fascinating insight into
the war at a detailed level.
This is a Canadian site and covers an enormous
range of issues about Canada in the war. War Amps is a charity to
help amputees as a result of war. This page describes the manoeuvring
of the Canadian government to get conscription passed.