Interactive WWI Timeline
Creator: National World War I Museum and MemorialThe Interactive WWI Timeline on theworldwar.org lets you explore key events of the War through photos, audio recordings and video from the time.
Technology in World War I
Creator: MacArthur Memorial
Using primary sources, students will use this worksheet to think critically about changes in technology that brought tanks, planes, and submarines to the battlefield.Download PDF
When Flyers Flew
Analyzing "The Flight of Flanders" Poem
Creator: National World War I Museum and MemorialWhat was life like as an aviator in WWI? Why did flyers agree to take on such a dangerous job in the war? As middle school students review primary sources and analyze a poem written by a Royal Flying Corps pilot they’ll decide if flying was as glamorous as the media portrayed it to be.
about this project
The United States World War One Centennial Commission and the National World War I Museum and Memorial are dedicated to educating the public about the causes, events and consequences of the conflict and we encourage the use of these resources to better understand the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community.
Assisting in this endeavor are: