Women's Wear Daily: Flu Meets Fashion

As public and personal hygiene adapted to slow the spread of influenza in 1918, so did clothing. From mask mandates to suit bans, learn more about the pandemic's influence on fashion with this article
Women's Wear Daily
Online Exhibition

The Hundred Days Offensive: From Amiens to Armistice

This online exhibit outlines the major factors and themes that led to German defeat during the 100 Days Offensive and the immense cost of this last stretch of the conflict. Accompanied by photos that
Imperial War Museums

Jewish Women's Archive: Gertrude Stein

From the Jewish Women's Archive, this encyclopedia entry details the life of American writer and iconoclast Gertrude Stein. Stein and her lifelong companion Alice Toklas volunteered for the American
Jewish Women's Archive
Video Series

Getting Dressed in WWI

From soldiers in the Artists Rifles and nurses in the Voluntary Aid Detachment to working class suffragettes and young women, see who wore what — and why they wore it — in Great Britain during the
Crows Eye Productions
Online Education Project

Home Before the Leaves Fall: The Great War 1914-1918

Collaborative by design, Home Before the Leaves Fall is a multi-institutional project highlighting materials and resources on the Great War, with articles curated by individual scholars and experts
Villanova University
Curriculum Toolkits

How WWI Changed America

How WWI Changed America includes a series of "toolkits" for educators with resources, lessons, videos and podcasts about the enduring impact of the First World War in the United States. This project
In collaboration with Doughboy Foundation

How WWI Sparked the Gay Rights Movement

As true with all Americans, LGBT individuals volunteered for, objected against and fought in World War I. With few exceptions, notably American expatriates Gertrude Stein and Alice Toklas, most
Smithsonian Magazine

Hundred Days Offensive: Fighting to End the War

The Hundred Days Offensive was a series of attacks by the Allied troops at the end of World War I. Starting on August 8, 1918, and ending with the Armistice on November 11, the Offensive led to the
In collaboration with US WW1 Centennial Commission
Interactive Timeline

Interactive WWI Timeline

The Interactive WWI Timeline on lets you explore key events of the War through photos, audio recordings and video from the time.
Archived Article

Jackie the Baboon

The 3rd South African Infantry Brigade had a unique mascot, Jackie the Baboon. Jackie not only boosted morale among the soldiers, he also wore a uniform, marched, drew rations and warned his
South African Military Veterans Organisation of Australasia