WW1 Internet Links
This is a photo of soldiers marching in Fort William (Thunder Bay) during World War One. It was donated by Joseph M. Mauro to the World War One Thunder Bay Centennial Project.
There are many interesting websites and online articles dealing with the topic of World War One.
If you have a library card and a PIN number, you can access hundreds of magazine and book articles through the library's online databases. For instance, KidsInfobits has information from a variety of trusted sources.
The World War One Thunder Bay Centennial Project has information, news accounts and many photographs about World War One and how it affected the people of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario. You won't want to miss that!
Recommended websites for learning more about World War One.
Canadian Encyclopedia's site about Canadian Children During WW1
Canadian History for Kids page on WW1.
The Canadian War Museum's page on WWI include many references to people, events and objects one might read about in Canadian books, such as the photo and story of the teddy bear a girl sent to her father fighting in Europe which is depicted in the picture book A Bear in War.
The Great War site, a British website with articles about John McCrae, the Canadian solider, doctor and poet who wrote "In Flander's Fields.
The Imperial War Museum in the U.K. has a comprehensive and well-documented site for all ages.
Mrs. Warner's 4th Grade Classroom put together a great site about WW1 with other links too.
NeoK12 is a large site with educational videos, photos, articles, quizzes and more for students in elementary through high school ages. One section provides resources for how one can make a presentation about WWI.
Veterans' Affairs, Canada put together a webpage for students, including information, videos and more.