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This "The Best..." list is a little different from previous ones. All I've done is copy and paste my World War I post from our class' United States History blog (by the way, a large part of my enti...

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WWI Nurse - 1917 Red Cross Motor Corp. An amazing look back in time, the Nurse is beautiful, but i'm also drawn to the beautiful curves on the bonnet (hood) and that front right wing upto the windscreen (windsheild)

movies to learn about world war 2 - by suggested age range. From Ticia Adventures in Mommydom

Soldiers prepare to lob "potato masher" grenades from their trench during WWI.

WWI Game - looks like a fun review activity and a wonderful Freebie!

This picture describes the main causes of the Great War, it was mainly Nationalism that caused each of the countries to fight in the war.

Artist: Dan Smith, 1865-1934. The ALA produced this poster in 1918 as a part of its "Books for Sammies" campaign to send books books to soldiers. In WW I, the English called American soldiers "Yanks" or "Sammies" for Uncle Sam. Thousands of these posters were displayed in libraries and expanded the libraries' visibility and their role as community centers by participating in wartime initiatives.