World War One Linkgasm

New links!
African-Americans in the Great War at Edwardian Promenade.

Last U.S. WWI veteran dies at 110.

Old Links!
This rest of this linkgasm is primarily for my own convenience, to replace a bookmarking site that’s closing down, but I thought some of you might appreciate these links I’ve collected over the last few years, as well. These aren’t the first links you’d find on an internet search, but ones I located a few layers down, when I was searching on more specific items.

The Archive of War Diaries Online. Click on to see the lists by country. Other wars are also available from the site’s home page.

More diaries, memoirs, etc.

The Medical Front, at The Virtual Library.

Documents of World War One.

Odd, Intriguing, Surprising Facts About WWI collected by Gabriele Wills.

Lyrics to some WWI songs.

Military Badges and Insignia (British).

Military Images.

It’s a military headgear-o-rama.

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