Indiana World War I Centennial Committee Logos
To obtain a higher resolution versions of the Indiana World War I Centennial Committee logos. Please email WorldWarICentennial@iara.in.gov.
World War I Timelines
Timelines can can be helpful to understand what could have happened around the time a person enlisted or was drafted. What battles took place they could have been involved in; When different parts of Europe were involved in the war? What was happening at sea?
- The History Place - "Comprehensive Year-by-Year Timelines with Photos" - http://www.historyplace.com/worldhistory/firstworldwar/index.html
- The National WWI Museum and Memorial - "Interactive WWI Timeline" - https://www.theworldwar.org/explore/interactive-wwi-timeline
- American Battle Monuments Commission - "The Great War A: A Visual History" - https://www.abmc.gov/sites/default/files/interactive/interactive_files/WW1/index.html
World War I Collections and Databases
- National World War I Museum and Memorial - "Online Collections Database" - https://www.theworldwar.org/explore/online-collections-database
The National World War I Museum and Memorial's online collections database allows you to search digital records of our global collection that began in 1920. With such a long history, please note that the material available here is only a fraction of our diverse holdings and is in an ongoing process with new digital records added monthly. To date, the focus of the project has been on the Museum’s photograph collection and will continue with other image-related materials.
- US Navy and Heritage Command - "List of Historical Manuscripts in the Navy Department Library" - https://www.history.navy.mil/research/library/manuscripts/manuscript-index.html
This collection is composed of US Navy-related original letters, documents and manuscripts from the 18th to the 20th century.
- American Battle Monuments Commission - "ABMC Burials and Memorials Database" - https://www.abmc.gov/database-search
This register includes the records for those buried and memorialized at our World War I and World War II overseas, military cemeteries, along with those names on the Walls of the Missing at the East Coast Memorial, West Coast Memorial, and Honolulu Memorial. Burial information can also be found for those interred at Corozal American Cemetery and Mexico City National Cemetery. This register does not include individuals who died overseas in World War I or World War II and were repatriated to the United States for burial.
- United States National Archives - "World War I Centennial" - https://www.archives.gov/topics/wwi
As the largest repository of American World War I records, the National Archives invites you to browse the wealth of records and information documenting the U.S. experience in this conflict, including photographs, documents, audiovisual recordings, educational resources, articles, blog posts, lectures, and events.
World War I Education Resources
- Education Resources Presented in Collaboration with The United States World War One Centennial Commission and National WWI Museum and Memorial - https://www.theworldwar.org/education
- Indiana Historical Society - "The Effect of World War I on German Americans" - http://www.indianahistory.org/education/for-teachers/curriculum/additional-curriculum/industrial-age/German%20Americans%20and%20WWI%20Web%20version.pdf
- Indiana University Libraries - "World War I Resources" - https://libraries.indiana.edu/guide-world-war-i-resources
- United States National Archives - "World War I: Find Primary Sources and Online Teaching Activities" - https://www.docsteach.org/topics/wwi
- National History Day - "Teaching World War I" - https://nhd.org/teaching-world-war-i
- National World War I Museum - "We Want You: Teaching World War I in the Classroom" - https://nhd.org/sites/default/files/4-We-Want-You-Lora-Vogt.pdf
- Indiana Department of Education - "WWI Resources" - WWI Resources
- Indiana State Library - "Indiana State Library's Digital Collections" - http://digitalcollections.library.in.gov/