Quién es quién en la Primera Guerra Mundial

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WWI " The largest photograph of war printed during World War I, c. 8 x 16 feet. It was printed by Underwood and Underwood, and stamped 'British Official Photograph', printed sometime in 1918. - longstreet.typepad.com

His art material consisted of rubble from the war, scrap paper, metal, broken china, wood etc.

In honor of the centennial of World War I, we're remembering the momentous period of history that forever changed the world as we know it. July 1914 was the month that changed the world. On 28 June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, and just five weeks later the Great Powers of Europe were at war. But how did it all happen?

The month that changed the world: a timeline to war

July 1914 was the month that changed the world. On 28 June Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, and just five weeks later the Great Powers of Europe were at war. But how did it all happen?

WWI, German soldiers with gasmasks in a trench. Via Picclick

-Gas masks in the Great War WWI, German soldiers with gasmasks in a trench. Via Picclick

Facebook News Feed History of the World: World War I to World War II (Page 1) #WWII #WW2

Facebook's News Feed If It Existed During World War I and World War II

Diagram of a trench in WWI

Trench construction in World War I

The Long, Long Trail The British Army in the Great War WWI Battle of the Somme Trench layout- i think this is a great overlook of the trenches and makes it easy to understand

World war one explained in a few sentences

World war one explained in a few sentences

Students can create metaphors to help understand history and events.

Chicago Daily Tribune Newspaper announcing the end of WWI: "Great War Ends". c.November 1918

Chicago Daily Tribune Newspaper announcing the end of WWI: "Great War Ends".

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

November 1918 The storming of Le Quesnoy in Northern France by New Zealand troops, World War I.

World War I Military Equipment

World War I Military Equipment

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French soldier watches over the field waiting for attack, World War I.

French soldier watches over the field waiting for attack, World War I.

1914... World War I Begins. World War I was an extremely bloody war that engulfed Europe from 1914 to 1919, with huge losses of life and little ground lost or won. Fought mostly by soldiers in trenches, World War I saw an estimated 10 million military deaths and another 20 million wounded. While many hoped that World War I would be "the war to end all wars," in actuality, the concluding peace treaty set the stage for World War II.

What Everyone Should Know About World War I

Check out the latest infographics about the centenary of WWI and other current events

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