The following links comprise only a fraction of the information available on the Internet concerning the Great War. Many of these links themselves contain helpful catalogues of additional links. For the seminar research project students are urged to survey these sites and to follow out the complex web of interrelated subjects. Some of the links below, as you see, are (will be) accompanied by brief evaluative comments. Note that the first link listed below is itself a large catalogue of links to pertinent websites.
Links to World War I Websites
World War I Document Archive (Brigham Young University)
This archive of primary documents from World War I has been assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List (WWI-L). The archive is international in focus and intends to present in one location primary documents concerning the Great War.
World War I (Oxford University)
The Great War (University of Pittsburg)
This is a visually vigorous site, produced by Tony Novosel of the University of Pittsburg (check out his homepage, too); current featurs include fresh slides from his recent visit to Ypres.
The Great War Society
Rusche's Lost Poets, ". . . the rest is silence"
Rusche, of Emory University, includes study of these poets at his site: Brooke, McCrae, Owen, Rosenberg, Seeger, and Edward Thomas. See the notes in context on my class's Wilfrid Owen page.
Scholar's Guide to the WWW (General History)
Trenches on the Web: An Internet History of the Great War
The Russian Revolution
For something more entertaining, try the following websites for a wealth of materials about Rowan Atkinson's Black Adder series:
Black Adder Reference site, incl. episode list, transcripts, cast listing, fan pages
Complete scripts for all four series