Below you will find links to other sites covering various aspects of the First World War that you might find interestingPlease let us know if you have a site you would like included.
This site commemorates the men and women of Keighley and the Worth Valley who served our country in times of war
Saltaire WW1 - the stories from the model village in West Yorkshire
As ever, the BBC history website has a number of useful items.
In From the Cold project was formed to research and identify all service men and women missing from the official Commonwealth War Graves Commission list of casualties from the First and Second World Wars.
Cottingley in WWI. Clive Harrison’s website giving details of the Cottingleymen who served
Commonwealth War Graves Commission commemorates the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in two world wars
The Long Long Trail - all about soldiers, units, regiments and battles of the British Army of the First World War. Includes the helpful Great War Forum.
First World War .com - the purpose of this website is to provide a summary overview of the First world War
Imperial War Museum - Another must-see site for researchers
The AMOT website is approved by the Ministry of Defence as the definitive guide to the regimental and corps museums of the British Army throughout the United Kingdom
The Western Front Association (WFA) was formed with the aim of furthering interest in the Great War
Naval History Net - An invaluable site, packed with information about the men, ships and campaigns of the Royal Navy in WW1
HIstory of Military Automotive Vehicles - This site was recommended to us by Trevor, a student researching military history websites