This is an article that explores the impact of the first world war on British women.
The role of women changed forever with the outset of world war one
Songs during World War 1 weren't just for entertainment, they were for propaganda purposes too. Troops, however, often sent their own messages back to their officers and governments via their own subversive songs.
America tried to broker peace between the allies and the axis, the war was in Europe; America did not need to get involved.
Have you ever thought about what it would have been like to have been wounded on the Western Front? Find out what would have happened to you when you became a casualty in the First World War
Fannie Jane Morecroft left New York on RMS Lusitania on the 1st May 1915, bound for Liverpool. The Lusitania was one of the great Atlantic liners, which rushed to and fro across the Atlantic conveying people at speed and in luxury. Fannie was...
On November 22, 1963 I lived in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn, New York. What would have been a forgettable day turned into a day everyone who lived it would never forget. The way things were on that day changed dramatically in a few short years.
What was it like for the soldiers of World War 1 living in the filthy trenches? Visit the WWI trenches and learn more about the war here.
Artilleryman Jack Roberts was ambushed and found himself a prisoner of the Germans. But his war was not over.
This is a quiz on World War II designed to aid all students studying the war. Homeschooled students should find this particularly helpful, along with trivia buffs interested in our nation's wars throughout history.