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         World War I History:     more books (100)
  1. A Short History of World War I by James L. Stokesbury, 1981-02-01
  2. World War I: A Short History- (Value Pack w/MySearchLab) by Michael J. Lyons, 2009-01-17
  3. Forgotten Voices of the Great War : A New History of World War I in the Words of the Men and Women Who Were There by Max Arthur, 2002
  4. The Balkans, Italy & Africa 1914 - 1918 (The History of World War I) by David; Showalter, Dennis (foreword) Jordan, 2008
  5. The Second Infantry Division in World War I: A History of the American Expeditionary Force Regulars, 1917-1919 by George B. Clark, 2007-08-03
  6. World War I;: An outline history by Hanson Weightman Baldwin, 1963
  7. A Naval History Of World War I by Paul G. Halpern, 1995-04-30
  8. The Myth of the Great War: A New Military History of World War I by John Mosier, 2002-08-01
  9. World War I: A History in Documents (Pages from History) by Marilyn Shevin-Coetzee, Frans Coetzee, 2010-08-13
  10. The Western Front in World War I: History Through Newspapers by Paul Dowswell, 2004-03
  11. World War I: A History by Hew Strachan, 1998-01-01
  12. World War I (SparkNotes History Notes) by SparkNotes, 2005-07-31
  13. Wits of War: Unofficial G I Humor -- History of World War II by Edwin J. Swineford, 1989-08
  14. The American Heritage History of World War I by Brigadier General USAR (Ret.) S. L. A. Marshall, 1966

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2. First World - A Multimedia History Of World War One
A collection of source documents detailing origins, treaties, major speeches, personalities, battles, weapons, audio archive, and photographs.

3. The Benefits, Why Did Australia Become Involved In The War?, Australia And World
The benefits, Why did Australia become involved in the war?, Australia and World War I, SOSE History, Year 9, VIC Content coming soon

4. World History In Five Epochs
Book by William McGaughey about world history as emerging in five civilizations. Provides some brief descriptions and timelines, relating four of them to changes in communication technologies. Presenting a New Theory of World History The story of human society told in terms of five civilizations linked to communication technologies and changing structures of society. Four are fully developed. The fifth - computer-based communication - appears now on the horizon. This coincides with the creation of a global culture. Explore WORLD HISTORY through this Gateway CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THESE TOPICS
What are the five civilizations?
about communication technologies about religion ... about entertainment CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THESE TOPICS historical prediction statements of this theory diagram to show social mitosis CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT: Translate home page into: Spanish French Portuguese German ... links to other websites using history to predict the future What People are Visiting on this Website What is Original in this World History This web site is based on concepts in a book, Five Epochs of Civilization by William McGaughey full text of Five Epochs of Civilization $18.95 in softcover, 503 pages, plus index and illustrations

5. BBC - History: World War One
The causes, events and people of the conflict dubbed the 'war to end all wars'.
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World War One
The causes, events and people of the conflict dubbed the 'war to end all wars'.
World War One: A Misrepresented War?
World War One: Misrepresentation of a Conflict
Does the traditional tale of 'stupid generals, pointless attacks and universal death' give a fair picture of the war? By Dr Dan Todman.
The Descent into War
The Origins of World War One
Was the Great War a triumph of democracy over imperial expansion or an exercise in military futility? By Dr Gary Sheffield.
Campaigns and Battles of World War One
From Disaster to Victory: The British Army from 1916-1918
It was on the killing fields of the Somme that the British army learned how to deliver the victory it achieved in 1918. By Dr Dan Todman.

6. M1903 Springfield - M1903 Springfield In World War I
Developed in 1903, the M1903 Springfield became one of the most famous rifles in American history. The standard infantry weapon of the American Expeditionary Force in World War I
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    Over the next year, engineers at the Springfield Armory began developing designs for a new rifle. Though the US Army had examined the Mauser in the early 1890s, prior to selecting the Krag, they returned to the German weapon for inspiration. Later Mauser rifles, including the Mauser 93 used by the Spanish, possessed a magazine fed by a stripper clip and a greater muzzle velocity than its predecessors. Combining elements from the Krag and the Mauser, Springfield produced its first operational prototype in 1901. Believing they had achieved their goal, Springfield began tooling its assembly line for the new model. Much to their dismay, the prototype, designated M1901, was declined by the US Army. Over the next two years, the US Army laid out a variety of changes which were incorporated into the M1901's design. In 1903, Springfield presented the new M1903, which was accepted into service. Though the M1903 was a composite consisting of the best elements from several prior weapons, it remained similar enough to the Mauser that the US Government was forced to pay royalties to Mauserwerke.

    7. History Of The World
    Offers an essay giving an overview of world history. Created by history teacher Jeff Coons.
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    History of the World
    This is my attempt to put up a decent essay on world history with some of my favorite history links. My name is Jeff Coons and I am a history teacher in Perryburg, Ohio. History of the World Homo sapiens first arose on the Earth between 400 and 250 thousand years ago during the Paleolithic period. This occurred after a long period of evolution. Ancestors of humans had been using simple tools for many millennia, but as time progressed tools became far more refined and complex. At some point humans had begun using fire for heat and for cooking. Humans also developed language sometime during the Paleolithic. During this period all humans lived as hunter-gatherers who were generally nomadic.
    A major change occurred around 8,500 BC in the Fertile Crescent area of the Middle East when humans adopted agriculture. Soon after it was developed independently or spread to China, Egypt, and the Indus Valley. Several millennia later agriculture developed in Africa and in the Americas. Some areas such as Australia did not use agriculture until relatively modern times, although in some areas of Australia, fish-based farming was practiced by the aboriginal population which is thought to have arrived 50,000 years before the present.

    8. World War I - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    World War I was a military conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended in late 1918. This conflict involved all of the world's great powers
    World War I
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the major war of 1914–18. For other uses, see World War One (disambiguation) "Great War" redirects here. For other uses, see Great War (disambiguation) World War I
    Clockwise from top: Trenches on the Western Front ; a British Mark IV Tank crossing a trench; Royal Navy battleship HMS Irresistible sinking after striking a mine at the Battle of the Dardanelles ; a Vickers machine gun crew with gas masks , and German Albatros D.III biplanes Date Armistice Treaty of Versailles signed 28 June 1919 Location Europe Africa , the Middle East , the Pacific Islands China and off the coast of South America Result Allied victory Belligerents Allied (Entente) Powers

    British Empire

    Russian Empire
    Commanders and leaders Leaders and commanders
    Raymond Poincaré

    Georges Clemenceau

    Ferdinand Foch
    H. H. Asquith

    9. Tom Philo - History News, Interests, Museums And Data On Selected Topics
    World War I History. Here is a page with some information and images from the World War I battlefields that I have been to. Here is a site about one of the battlefields that I
    History Information - URLs, Companies, Games, Videos and other References
    My Interest In History
    History News Information Pages Off Site Links I have always liked reading about historical occurrences. History

    10. Ian's World Of History
    Database of essays and entries on different periods of history.

    11. The Great War | PBS
    A companion website to THE GREAT WAR AND THE SHAPING OF THE 20TH CENTURY, a television series that goes beyond the military and political history of World War I to reveal its
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    a KCET/BBC co-production in association with The Imperial War Museum.
    Community Television of Southern California

    12. Active History
    ActiveHistory History games, revision quizzes and worksheets for KS3, GCSE and ALevel school children!
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    13. World History
    HyperHistory Online navigates through 3 000 years of World History with links to important persons of world historical importance; civilization timelines; events and facts; and historical maps.
    This page shows a sample of the synchronoptic World History Chart and links to the award-winning HyperHistory Online ( including a history of the crisis in 2008 The World History Chart - a companion to HyperHistory Online - contributes to a better understanding of the historical forces that shape today's global affairs - from the Middle East to China, India, Afghanistan, Europe and America Order the latest edition of the best-selling History Chart now as long as stock lasts! Many famous people have used the world history chart enthusiastically. The popular Chart, displayed in many Luxury Hotels
    around the world, is also a perfect birthday gift - verify some testimonials World History Book and Wall Chart The World History Chart begins with David and Solomon and ends 3,000 years later with Einstein, Picasso, Roosevelt and Churchill. In between, in divisions of ten years, the major events, empires and invasions, inventions and achievements, rulers and leaders, writers, philosophers and scientists of world history can be reviewed at a single glance ! This entertaining Chart is a good educational item for every home, library or school.

    14. Internet Modern History Sourcebook: World War I
    World War I. WEB World War I Trenches on the Web. It is best to start at the Library Page At Covers many aspects of the war, with efforts at interactive
    Halsall Home Ancient History Sourcebook Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Course
    Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Indian Islamic ... Pop Culture See Main Page for a guide to all contents of all sections. Contents World War I Back to Index The Path to War
    • WEB Steven W. Sowards: Twenty-Five Lectures on Modern Balkan History [At MSU]
      In depth coverage of Balkan history from 1804 until today. Especially useful in reference to the 19th century background of empires and nationalisms.

    15. Index - Dynamic Learning Online
    THE BATTLES OF THE GREAT WAR World War I History The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand. Sarajevo. June 28, 1914. On 28 June, 1914
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  • The Schlieffen Plan The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand The Battle of Tannenberg The First Battle of the Marne The First Battle of Ypres The Destruction of the Emden The Christmas Truce 1914 The Battle of Dogger Bank The Battle of Neuve Chapelle The Second Battle of Ypres The Gallipoli Campaign The Battle of the Nek The Battle of Lone Pine The Battle of Jutland The Battle of Verdun The Battle of the Somme The Battle of Messines The Third Battle of Ypres The Mesopotamian Campaign The Middle Eastern Campaign The Attack on Beersheba The Battle of Cambrai The Spring Offensive The Battle of Hamel The Allied Counter Offensive
  • The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand
    Sarajevo. June 28, 1914. On 28 June, 1914, shots that would eventually lead to World War I rang out in Bosnia, a province of the large Austro-Hungarian empire. Bosnia-Herzegovina had been annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908 against the wishes of neighbouring Serbia who saw herself as the champion of the Slav people in the Balkans, against the wishes of Russia who supported Serbia, and against the wishes of many Bosnian Serb nationalists who wanted Bosnia to become part of the expanding Serbian state. On 28 June, the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, and his wife Sophie, made a semi-official visit to the Bosnian town of Sarajevo. It was not a propitious time for the visit as that day commemorated a humiliating defeat of the Serbs by the Turks hundreds of years before. Vague and half-hearted warnings of a conspiracy against the couple were not acted upon.

    Seller of poster wall map of world history. Close-up image of chart and online store for purchasing.
    THE WORLD HISTORY CHART A Chronology of World History According to R.H. Carling. The World History Chart includes name and events from documented history, archaeology, theology and mythology dating from 4000 B.C. Visualize nearly 6,000 years of world history as it appears before your eyes. Follow world events from the rise of the first civilization of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia around 4,000 B.C., to the year 2000. The perfect gift, the Eighth Edition of The World History Chart is an exceptional educational reference for students of all ages. It's also a colorful wall decoration for the home, classroom or office, providing endless topics for discussion. OPTIONS NON-Laminated $34.95 Laminated $54.95 INSTRUCTIONS for reading the chart 1. The World History Chart by International Timeline, Inc., is designed to provide a concise comparative reference source of the World's civilizations, historical characters and events. Assembled around the traditional 6,000 year time frame (4000 BC to 2000 AD), the information contained on the chart encompasses data from four key areas of historical research: documented history, archaeology, theology and mythology. 2. The chart is arranged in linear format. This arrangement enables the observer to locate a particular historical event or figure by reading horizontally across the chart. Then by reading vertically up or down within the same period, a comparison of contemporary civilizations, events and figures can easily be made.

    17. World War One
    World War One. An encyclopaedia of world war one containing many aspects of the war that tore Europe to pieces. World War One was the war to end all wars

    18. Today In History
    1 1917 65 Squadron arrives in France with Sopwith Camels
    World War I History for Today: 16 November All Months January February March April May June July August September October November December All Days without with
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    19. World History Blog
    Features different aspects of world history. Sites dealing with any historical issue or topic are possible future posts. Also includes sites which discuss teaching history.
    World History Blog
    Blog of Dr. Miland Brown that features different aspects of world history. Not everything can be covered but sites dealing with any historical issue or topic are possible future posts. Also includes sites which discuss teaching history. Dr. Brown is an academic in North America.
    Saturday, November 13, 2010
    European Discovery and the Colonisation of Australia
    The European Discovery and the Colonisation of Australia is a nice essay on the beginning of European history in Australia. The site was created and is maintained by the Australian government.
    From the site:
    The first records of European mariners sailing into 'Australian' waters occurs around 1606, and includes their observations of the land known as Terra Australis Incognita (unknown southern land). The first ship and crew to chart the Australian coast and meet with Aboriginal people was the Duyfken captained by Dutchman, Willem Janszoon.
    Between 1606 and 1770, an estimated 54 European ships from a range of nations made contact. Many of these were merchant ships from the Dutch East Indies Company and included the ships of Abel Tasman . Tasman charted parts of the north, west and south coasts of Australia which was then known as

    20. Welcome To World War Web
    A World War I History Site. Best experienced at 800 x 600 with and Troops have marched through here! Counter from Matt's Script Archive. All content on this page was created by the

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