World War I

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World War I

The following educational resources will help students and teachers learn more about history and politics of World War I.

  1. First World War from Veterans Affairs Canada
  2. First World War from CBC.ca archives. {Canadian Perspective)
  3. The Great War: A Film from CBC.ca {Canadian Perspective)
  4. [http://www3.nfb.ca/ww1/ Images of a Forgotten War: Film} from NFB.ca {Canadian Perspective)
  5. World War One from BBC Television (British Perspective)
  6. World War One Memories Read diaries, letters, scrapbooks, newspaper cuttings, photos and keepsakes. from BBC Television (British Perspective)
  7. Overview of the First World War from Michael Duffy.
  8. World War I Timeline prior to 1914 from PBS
  9. Chronology of First World War from Spartacus Educational Publishers Ltd
  10. Timeline of World War I from Wikipedia
  11. Propaganda Posters Used by the Canadian Government from Michael Duffy.


After World War I

  1. Remembrance Day
  2. World War I Armistice from NFB.ca {Canadian Perspective)