BBC News | World War I | Interviews from the archives : Over the years many World War I veterans have shared their experiences with the BBC.
Just click on the appropriate button to access the informative links.
Here you should be able to find a wealth of knowledge on many WWI topics.
If you have any problems finding what you are looking for, feel free to email Ms. The Doughboy Center : Excellent site with material on AEF including, commanding, planning/organization of AEF, major battles, naval and air operations, weapons, equipment and rations, firsthand accounts, poetry, art and music.
Vintage World War I Audio : This section of the website contains archive recordings of songs, speeches and comedy skits from the World War One era, most recorded between 1914-18, although some were recorded before and afterwards.
The Use of Poison Gas : An account by Will Irwin, correspondent for the New York Tribune newspaper (April 25, 26, 27, 1915).
The account covers a series of attacks and counterattacks using poison gas.
Gas and Flame in World War I: The New Weapons of Terror : A personal account by an American who directly experienced trench warfare and poison gas.
At the end of the narrative there are 5 more links to other personal accounts.
Wounded in the Argonne Forest , Evacuation Hospital #10 , Base Hospital #30, Clermont , Another hospital, Periqueaux , Homeward Bound on the Hospital Ship Comfort , Brooklyn Naval Hospital and Naval Hospital at Portsmouth : One soldier's journey.