Month: April 2019

“It is considered the first genocide of the modern age, the one that inspired the coining of the term… [The] only way to ensure that history doesn’t repeat itself in the Middle East … is to make it a feature of history curriculums everywhere”https://t.co/Px3oEd2Fo0 — George Morton-Jack (@GMortonJack) April 27, 2019 RT @GMortonJack: “It is […]
The soldiers of the Australian Imperial Force, stationed at Hurdcott Camp near the village of Compton Chamberlayne, created a map to remind them of home during their training in 1917. My Great Uncle Alf took this photo in 1920. pic.twitter.com/uUdofefgI0 — Phil Curme (@wtbattlefields) November 7, 2018 RT @wtbattlefields: The soldiers of the Australian Imperial […]
1/2 Earliest of the earlies!I mentioned this a while back but have only just got round to taking a useful photo! Slightly different from later runs, this is an example of an Adrian helmet from the very first production run by Japy Frères, Paris..@TrenchTrotter @ProfPeterDoyle pic.twitter.com/n8DXbSFzRz — DOMara (@croonaert) April 28, 2019 RT @croonaert: 1/2 […]
New books from @penswordbooks : Christina Holstein’s new ‘Walking in the Footsteps of the Fallen’ is a fantastic new work on Verdun but the leading expert on that battlefield. Great tours, fantastic research & many rare images. Essential #WW1 reading! pic.twitter.com/yV887p1d81 — Paul Reed (@sommecourt) April 27, 2019 RT @sommecourt: New books from @penswordbooks : […]
Mark IV Tank D51 'Deborah' – one of the stars of the Western Front. Knocked out at the Battle of Cambrai in 1917, she was lost until the 1990's when she was found buried underground. She now has her own museum at Flesquieres. A must see if you are in the area. #WW1 pic.twitter.com/1jpRAXh5zM — […]
"Lange Georg" being installed in Calceranica al Lago, April 1916. This 35cm Marinekanone L/45 M.16 was one of four guns built for the cancelled Ersatz Monarch-class of battleships and used as heavy artillery instead.#WW1 #WWI #FWW #GreatWar #History #MilitaryHistory #Artillery pic.twitter.com/KRUgErGpoE — Pike Grey 1914-1918 (@PikeGrey1418) April 25, 2019 RT @PikeGrey1418: “Lange Georg” being installed […]
Looking for a new challenge? We have a number of exciting job opportunities currently open at different @CWGC locations around the world. Make sure to take a look at them, and apply, here: https://t.co/DH16GQbImb #OurWorkContinues #WeAreCWGC pic.twitter.com/wc9Zf52Eje — CommonwealthWarGraves (@CWGC) April 26, 2019 RT @CWGC: Looking for a new challenge? We have a number of […]
A new headstone for a teenage First World War soldier has today been installed at Canterbury City Cemetery in Kent by the @CWGC after information came to light that Private Alec Grigg was in fact aged just 14. Read more, here: https://t.co/qBkZJixmc0 #WW1 #OurWorkContinues pic.twitter.com/Lguurisuhw — CommonwealthWarGraves (@CWGC) April 23, 2019 RT @CWGC: A new […]
Sussex event on Friday. https://t.co/1xZN3oUhw9 — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 24, 2019 Sussex event on Friday. https://t.co/1xZN3oUhw9
From Punch magazine#StGeorgesDay pic.twitter.com/IctknQlVwJ — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 23, 2019 From Punch magazine #StGeorgesDay https://t.co/IctknQlVwJ
This Project
Charting the daily events of World War One, this history project aims to provide a bite-sized and engaging way to follow the events of 100 years ago. Using a variety of sources, I aim to refer to the main events of the war on the centenary of their occurrence. However, it's not just about the main events, I have also taken time to research lesser known events in order to help the reader to feel engaged with the scope of the war.