Month: April 2020

An Austro-Hungarian 15 cm Autokanone M. 15/16 on the Hermada during the 11th Battle of the Isonzo, 26 August 1917. Note that the shell is being rammed into the breach with a pole, while a man is ready with the cased charge.#WW1 #WWI #FWW #GreatWar #History #Isonzo #Artillery pic.twitter.com/VQMP8Ntwwx — Pike Grey 1914-1918 (@PikeGrey1418) April […]
Online history tonight at 1930h UK time… https://t.co/rnipn6MNZT — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 29, 2020 Online history tonight at 1930h UK time… https://t.co/rnipn6MNZT
A lovely contribution to the #ww1onlinemuseum and we don't even need to make a display case! What's the plaque? Everyone, we've not closed the doors to contributions yet, just share your WW1 items with the tag #ww1onlinemuseum https://t.co/G8bvSNY2dr — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 25, 2020 A lovely contribution to the #ww1onlinemuseum and we don’t even […]
This is Ted. For more than 90 years he was one of the thousands of fallen of #WW1 about whom we know very little. A few years ago Ted’s nephew found a case when clearing out his loft. He called me and asked if I wanted to see it. What I found was just incredible. […]
Doll's hospital. pic.twitter.com/Nk3G7wKqjm — Monsieur Pompier's Travelling Freakshow (@MonsieurPompier) April 22, 2020 RT @MonsieurPompier: Doll’s hospital. https://t.co/Nk3G7wKqjm
Thanks Henry, these are a great read and another great contribution to the #ww1onlinemuseum Everyone, help us to build our museum by adding exhibits and retweeting the things that have been shared. Use #ww1onlinemuseum https://t.co/lETip1Pfgo — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 12, 2020 Thanks Henry, these are a great read and another great contribution to the […]
Aerial Flechettes pic.twitter.com/bMETWM8nn5 — Jimmy (@jimithree) April 4, 2020 RT @jimithree: @WW1TheGreatWar Aerial Flechettes https://t.co/bMETWM8nn5
Fabulous, Mark! Another great contribution to the #ww1onlinemuseum Everyone, what have you got that you could share? Help us to build our museum by adding exhibits and retweeting the things that have been shared. Use #ww1onlinemuseum https://t.co/mzWBb2z9Bl — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 12, 2020 Fabulous, Mark! Another great contribution to the #ww1onlinemuseum Everyone, what have […]
Thanks Mark, that's a lovely item for the #ww1onlinemuseum We'll have the sound of it playing on a loop near its display case… Everyone, help us to build our museum by adding exhibits and retweeting the things that have been shared. Use #ww1onlinemuseum https://t.co/muD77zQbFf — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 12, 2020 Thanks Mark, that’s a […]
Another exhibit for the #ww1onlinemuseum Thanks! Everyone, help to build our museum by adding exhibits and retweeting the shared items.Use #ww1onlinemuseum https://t.co/azS42p4hfB — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) April 12, 2020 Another exhibit for the #ww1onlinemuseum Thanks! Everyone, help to build our museum by adding exhibits and retweeting the shared items. Use #ww1onlinemuseum https://t.co/azS42p4hfB
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.