Month: May 2020

'WE FOUGHT ON THE OCEANS'A large A2 #WW1 sketch from my #IsolationLife @sommecourt @NavyTimes @PoppyLegion @RoyalNavy @HistoryNeedsYou @TheHistoryPress @histassoc @MilitaryTimes @WW1TheGreatWar @Barney065 @19141918online #wewillrememberthem @artistsrifles @authordlewis #art pic.twitter.com/s3HMliwiLK — Martin Impey (@Martin_Impey) May 31, 2020 RT @Martin_Impey: ‘WE FOUGHT ON THE OCEANS’ A large A2 #WW1 sketch from my #IsolationLife @sommecourt @NavyTimes @PoppyLegion @RoyalNavy @…
A great interactive for you to enjoy. ‘From recovery to remembrance’ – a task that continues to this day! Soon to be a new @CWGC classroom resource! https://t.co/XnPCoeYPzx — Simon Bendry (@WW1_Education) May 31, 2020 RT @WW1_Education: A great interactive for you to enjoy. ‘From recovery to remembrance’ – a task that continues to this […]
'A Tommy's Best Friend' more #WW1 art from my #IsolationLife @artistsrifles @laGrandeMine @HawthornRidgeCA @Barney065 @WW1TheGreatWar @sommecourt @thehistoryguy @mrjamesmayhew @TheWFA @herts_at_war @authordlewis @RevRichardColes @richardvanemden @WilfredOwenAssn @ProfPeterDoyle pic.twitter.com/kAawBnShZH — Martin Impey (@Martin_Impey) May 20, 2020 RT @Martin_Impey: ‘A Tommy’s Best Friend’ more #WW1 art from my #IsolationLife @artistsrifles @laGrandeMine @HawthornRidgeCA @Barney065 @WW…
#twitterstorians Please introduce yourself below & tell us where you go to school, work in the history field, research interest, etc. We can learn from each other & perhaps collaborate with someone else! — SMH Historians (@SMH_Historians) May 27, 2020 RT @SMH_Historians: #twitterstorians Please introduce yourself below & tell us where you go to school, […]
New blog post alert! I'm later than normal, this one took me more time than I thought! But I've really enjoyed bringing this one together, I hope you enjoy it! This one's about one of my local territorial divisions, the 46th North Midland #twitterstorians https://t.co/HyFh1WmC2n — Bethany Moore (@HistoryandMoore) May 27, 2020 RT @HistoryandMoore: New […]
"Kaiserjäger" sketches by Austrian painter Albin Egger-Lienz  (1868–1926).#WW1 #GreatWar #History #Art #Painting #Kaiserjäger pic.twitter.com/NBPehMHjtX — Pike Grey 1914-1918 (@PikeGrey1418) May 28, 2020 RT @PikeGrey1418: “Kaiserjäger” sketches by Austrian painter Albin Egger-Lienz  (1868–1926). #WW1 #GreatWar #History #Art #Painting #Kaise…
Looks like the cardboard models you used to get for model railways. The trick was to score down the folds with a knife. — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) May 28, 2020 @thewarwicks1418 Looks like the cardboard models you used to get for model railways. The trick was to score down the folds with a knife.
'I remember' – 1918 A #WW1 image from my #IsolationLife.#wewillrememberthem @sommecourt @Barney065 @ProfPeterDoyle @poppypride1 @PoppyLegion @RibbonofPoppies @HistoryNeedsYou @richardvanemden @Taff_Gillingham @TJGodden @TheWFA @artistsrifles @WW1TheGreatWar @WW1_Education #art pic.twitter.com/Wu0k7QLLDU — Martin Impey (@Martin_Impey) May 24, 2020 RT @Martin_Impey: ‘I remember’ – 1918 A #WW1 image from my #IsolationLife. #wewillrememberthem @sommecourt @Barney065 @ProfPeterDoyle @popp…
Good morning everyone! Here's a magnificent Austro-Hungarian mustache to start off your day! 😁#WW1 #GreatWar #History #Mustache pic.twitter.com/XeTkKhPXle — Pike Grey 1914-1918 (@PikeGrey1418) May 15, 2020 RT @PikeGrey1418: Good morning everyone! Here’s a magnificent Austro-Hungarian mustache to start off your day! 😁 #WW1 #GreatWar #History #…
Super quick direct brush sketch with ink – The Long March 1918A #WW1 image from my #IsolationLife @sommecourt@HNYNews @ProfPeterDoyle @BVUKHistory @poppypride1 @PoppyLegion @authordlewis @artistsrifles @artistwar @FlandersWW1 @WW1TheGreatWar @Barney065 #art @TheHistoryPress pic.twitter.com/HvcPWP8Ypn — Martin Impey (@Martin_Impey) May 14, 2020 RT @Martin_Impey: Super quick direct brush sketch with ink – The Long March 1918 A #WW1 image […]
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.