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World war I: topics 
23 July, 1914: the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum to Serbia , 25 July, 1914: the Serbian response to the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum
Alliance systems before and during World War I
Armistice demands set by the allied powers for the armistice
Battlefield Colloquialisms of the Great War (WW1) by Paul Hinckley
Belgian War Graves
Blindganger in Dutch
Britain and World War One- 1914 - 1918
British Posters of World War I
Canadian Great War
Canadian posters from the first World War
Canadian war posters
Conference at The Hague: signed -- 18 October 1907
Death tolls for the man-made megadeaths of the twentieth century
Deutschland 14-18 in German
English songs popular during the first world war
Germany during world war one the great war, world war one, consisted of two stages: conventional warfare that lasted from 1914 to 1916, and a war of desperate expedients, when both sides struggled for their own existences, lasting until the end
Imperial war museum
In Flanders fields worldwar I: Dutch and English
Internment of Ukrainians in Canada 1914-1920
La situation de l'Europe en 1914, les alliances
Le front Ouest en 1914
Le front Ouest entre 1915 et 1916
Le front Ouest en 1917
Les offensives allemandes sur le front Ouest en 1918
Market Harborough in the great war an East Midlands town in the first world war
Medals of the Great War nearly all of the nations involved in the Great War had medals and awards which they bestowed upon their citizens and allies for meritorious service or specific acts of bravery. Many of these awards existed long before the war. Some had long and complex histories. Some were newly instituted during the war
Medical front, WWI concerned with all medical aspects, military and civilian, of the great war
Medical front
Médecins de la grande guerre en Français
Passchendaele Remembered
Political cartoons
Propaganda world war 1 Propaganda world war 1
USSR war atlas
Sint-Juliaan gedurende de eerste wereldoorlog in Dutch
Soldiers died in world war 1
The diggers voor geïnteresseerden in de geschiedenis van Wereldoorlog I in de streek van Ieper, en meer bepaald in prospectie en opgravingen van oorlogsrelicten te velde, in Dutch
The treaty of Brest-Litovsk, status of the Russian fleet, 1918
Trench Warfare
Versailles treaty June 28, 1919
World War I: Technology vs. Tactics
Zimmermann telegram
World war I: Biographies 
Baron Manfred Von Richthofen
Cahier de guerre 1914-1918 de Constant Vincent
General Friedrich von Bernhardi: the next war Friedrich von Bernhardi (1849-1930)
Guldenboek der vuurkaart Het bevat namen en foto's van oorlogsveteranen die in het bezit waren van een Vuurkaart
Historische Portraits bedeutender Persönlichkeiten
Jack Turner's war
Jozef Klemens Pilsudski 1867-1935
Jozef Klemens Pilsudski 1867-1935
Kyles world war I a tip
Lawrence of Arabia, 1918
Lothar Freiherr von Richthofen
Manfred von Richthofen
Ooggetuigen van den oorlog luisterden naar mensen, burgers en soldaten, die de eerste wereldoorlog aan het Belgische front hebben meegemaakt, in Dutch
The Lawrence of Arabia factfile contains biographical information about T. E. Lawrence
The Red Baron Rittmeister Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen, Manfred von Richthofen was born on May 2, 1892 in Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw Poland). He died on April 21, 1918, age 25, in the skies over Vaux sur Somme, France. His people called him 'der rote Kampfflieger', The French called him 'le petit rouge', and he is known in the English speaking world as 'the Red Baron',  Red Baron, Blue Max
Who killed the Red Baron?
World war I: Causes of world war I 
Armenian genocide Armenian genocide
Armenian genocide exhibit in 1915, during the First World War, the Turkish government resolved the "Armenian Question" by eliminating this population from the Ottoman Empire. In February of 1915 the government ordered Armenian men serving in the army disarmed. They were organized into labor groups and eventually were killed
Assassination in Sarajevo 28-Jun-1914 Sarajevo
Assassination of An Archduke, 1914
Assassination of An Archduke, 1914 28 June, 1914 the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, 4 August, 1914 President Poincaré's war message
Balkan causes of World War I the assassination of Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914, did policy-makers let the crisis escape their control, why did a Balkan crisis lead to a world war in 1914, when other crises had not?
Causes of the first world war thte scramble for Africa, the dispute over Alsace Lorraine, the Russo-Turkish war, the naval race: Britain and Germany were competing to have the most powerful navy in the world, the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, nationalism
Causes of the first World War
Causes of World War I World War I was the result of leaders' aggression towards other countries which was supported by the rising nationalism of the European nations. Economic and imperial competition and fear of war prompted military alliances and an arms race, which further escalated the tension contributing to the outbreak of war
Causes of World War I
Clemenceau calls France to arms
President Poincaré's war message a august 1914
Serbia, Balkans, Macedonia 1914-18 the assassination of an Austrian Archduke by a Serbian inspired student in June 1914 led to World War II
Who started world war I?

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