Welcome to the World War I Centennial LibGuide. We hope that you find the provided information and links to be helpful in your research. Enjoy your visit.
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The Library of Congress Prints & Photograph Division (P&P) has more than 76,000 pictures relating to World War I, in a wide array of formats, including photographic prints and negatives, cartoons, ephemera, posters and drawings. Most of the material was created during the war (1914-1918), but a portion deals with post-war topics such as injured veterans, pension distribution, and the aftermath in European cities. The Library of Congress acquired the materials through copyright deposit, gift, and purchase. In some cases, other Library of Congress units, particularly the Manuscript Division, transferred visual material to P&P for care and service.
These photographs and posters were selected from the National Archives holdings of World War I materials.
The Briitish National Archives holds the official UK government records of the First World War, including a vast collection of letters, diaries, maps and photographs.
This is a fantastic resource of primary documents from the "war to end all wars".