World War One is often referred to as the writers' war; therefore facts can often become blurred with fiction. This hub attempts separates the fact from the fiction.
The loss of life was so great in the First World War that many grieving relatives had sittings with mediums to contact their dead loved ones. Why did spiritualism flourish during the Great War?
Overshadowed by the larger and more desperate U-boat war around the British Isles, the successes of the British submarine flotilla in the Baltic is largely forgotten.
In April of 1917, British newspapers printed an account of the existence of a German factory, entitled “Huns and Their Dead – Great Corpse Factory”. According to papers like the Times and the Daily Mail, dead...
America tried to broker peace between the allies and the axis, the war was in Europe; America did not need to get involved.
Weapons used in World War 1, on land, in the air and at sea
From contemporary accounts of actions fought by the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders Regiment during the first years of the First Great European War (WWI, World War One, Great War).
Just when it looked like the Allies might win the Battle of Gallipoli, the actions of a single Turkish minelayer, called Nusret, halted the armada.
Brief history of Ernst Udet, highest German WWI ace after the Red Baron, and his Du Doch Nicht!! Fokker D-7.
Here are five obscure facts pertaining to World War 1, including aircraft losses, chemical warfare, tanks, Sherlock Holmes (sort of) and the first and last British soldiers killed in action.