Families at War

These links have been checked as at beginning of January 2018.

I have completed the five week course from Future Learn called World War 1: 100 stories put together by Bruce, Rebecca and Laura from Monash University. It has been a brilliant course with so much information about WWI.

  • The silent, black and white videos showing the stories of men and women engaged in something related to WWI
  • The discussions with leading historians about certain aspects of WWI
  • The visits to the Melbourne Museum and the Love and Sorrow Exhibition
  • The visits to the different monuments and battlefields

The knowledge of online records that we can now use to flesh out our relatives time during WWI

Australian War Memorial records including:

National Archives of Australia records including:

Commonwealth War Graves including:

Red Cross

Prisoners of war WWI includes actual digitized documents

British Red Cross Volunteers and hospitals

British Military Forces

British Army WWI service records

UK military records – lots of links

National Army Museum with lots of links

Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich

British forces in India

India office records

Great websites about WWI in general

1914-1918 online gives links to many other websites

Cora Num’s links to military websites

Lancashire celebrates WWI

Holocaust searching

Steve Morse – Dachau Concentration Camp Records

Steve Morse Auschwitz Prisoner Photos

Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database

Research Services



Readers: If you have any great sources I haven’t mentioned, please leave a comment. Which of my sources did you find most useful?

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