Day: January 14, 2022

Captain Bernard Montgomery with a fellow officer of 104 Infantry Brigade, 35 Division, with which he served from Jan 1915 until early 1917. He was awarded the DSO for conspicuous gallantry on 13 October 1914 during the Battle of the Aisne in which he was wounded. © IWM Q 112044 pic.twitter.com/IArN2NiMrL — Shane (@MilHist_Shane) January […]
REVEALED!! The US (left) & UK (right) covers of #TheFacemaker – the harrowing tale of surgeon Harold Gillies & the soldiers whose faces he rebuilt during #WWI. Released June 7. I'd be grateful for your pre-orders! US: https://t.co/k53qIyyVpvUK: https://t.co/7RbSR9eXZN pic.twitter.com/2i02pxuwoH — Lindsey Fitzharris (@DrLindseyFitz) January 13, 2022 RT @DrLindseyFitz: REVEALED!! The US (left) & UK […]
When 18 year old Alexander H Snedden died of his wounds on 14 January 1916 having fought with the 27th Brigade, 9th (Scottish) Division, the nurse tending him sent a letter home containing a lock of the boy’s hair. pic.twitter.com/c4Gx0XTW4M — Western Front Association (@TheWFA) January 14, 2022 RT @TheWFA: When 18 year old Alexander […]
I love the informality of this… The King of England and the King of Belgium eat lunch from a railway truck at Zeebrugge in Belgium. 12th September 1918 📸Photo Section British War Museum📁Archives: N A Catalog 1770 BO pic.twitter.com/4Djie4pkwY — Genevra Charsley (@FlandersBTour) January 14, 2022 RT @FlandersBTour: I love the informality of this… The […]
Check out my latest #podcast https://t.co/H1L1QlJo6B on #Podbean — 1914-1918 War (@WW1TheGreatWar) January 14, 2022 Check out my latest #podcast https://t.co/H1L1QlJo6B on #Podbean
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.