Canada WW1 Propaganda Collection

Canada WW1 Propaganda Collection
Canada WW1 Propaganda Collection: When World War I broke out in 1914, the Dominions of the British Empire, including Canada immediately and without hesitation supported the United Kingdom’s declaration of war against Germany and its allies. (Wikipedia)

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Some interesting World War I related links:

Wikipedia article about World War I, The Great War
Wikipedia documentary about the Great War
Multimedia history of world war one
A Guide to WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War

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Australia WW1 Propaganda Collection

Australia WW1 Propaganda
Australia WW1 Propaganda: Following Britain’s declaration of war on Germany on 4 August 1914, Australia and the other members of the British Empire became automatically involved, with Prime Minister Joseph Cook stating on 5 August 1914 that “…when the Empire is at war, so also is Australia.” Given the predominantly British heritage of most Australians at the time, there was considerable support from all corners of the country and large numbers of young Australian men reported to recruiting centres around the country to enlist in the following months. When Prime Minister Andrew Fisher’s Labor Party came to power in September 1914, he reiterated Cook’s statement saying, “Should the worst happen …”, Australia would “…rally to the Mother Country … to help and defend her to our last man and our last shilling.” (Wikipedia)

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Some interesting related links:

Wikipedia article about World War I, The Great War
Wikipedia article about French Third Republic (1870-1940)
Wikipedia documentary about the Great War
Multimedia history of world war one
A Guide to WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War

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Russia WW1 Propaganda Collection

Russia WW1 Propaganda Poster and Military Art Collection
Russia WW1 Propaganda Collection: Tsar Nicholas II and his subjects entered World War I with enthusiasm and patriotism, with the defence of Russia’s fellow Orthodox Slavs, the Serbs, as the main battle cry. In August 1914, the Russian army invaded Germany’s province of East Prussia and occupied a significant portion of Austrian-controlled Galicia in support of the Serbs and their allies the French and British.
On March 3, 1917, a strike was organized on a factory in the capital Saint Petersburg; within a week nearly all the workers in the city were idle, and street fighting broke out.
After revolution, the Socialist government made a separate peace with the German Empire.

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Some interesting related links:

Wikipedia article about World War I, The Great War
Wikipedia article about French Third Republic (1870-1940)
Wikipedia documentary about the Great War
Multimedia history of world war one
A Guide to WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War

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Italy WW1 Propaganda Collection

Italy WW1 Propaganda Collection 1
Italy WW1 Propaganda Collection: Originally, Italy was a member with the Triple Alliance, but did not join the central powers. They started to negotiate about territorial benefits, in case of victory, with both parties. Finally Italy joined allies and fought mainly against Austro-Hungarian troops on their common border.

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Some interesting World War I related links:

Wikipedia article about World War I, The Great War
Wikipedia documentary about the Great War
Multimedia history of world war one
A Guide to WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War

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USA WW1 Propaganda Collection

USA WW1 Propaganda Collection
USA WW1 Propaganda Collection: United States was neutral until 1917 when the German U-boats was sinking their ship and so called Zimmerman papers were leaked (where Germany tried to get Mexico to declare a war against USA).

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Some interesting World War I related links:

Wikipedia article about World War I, The Great War
Wikipedia documentary about the Great War
Multimedia history of world war one
A Guide to WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War

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Great Britain WW1 Propaganda Collection

Great Britain WW1 Propaganda Poster and Military Art Collection
Great Britain WW1 Propaganda Collection: The United Kingdom was one of the Allied Powers during World War I (1914–1918), and developed as a nation throughout the war in order to further its goal of defeating the Central Powers (the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire and the Kingdom of Bulgaria). The country’s armed forces were reorganised—the war marked the creation of the Royal Air Force, for example—and increased in size because of the introduction of forced conscription for the first time in the country’s history. At the outbreak of war, patriotic feelings spread throughout the country, and it has been argued that many of the class barriers of Edwardian England were diminished during the period. (Wikipedia)

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