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World War I
African Americans in the First World War
The Oxford African American Studies Center provides insights into black history and culture, showing the ways in which the past and present interact by offering socially and historically relevant short articles, picture essays, and links that will guide the reader interested in knowing more.
African Americans and World War I
The First World War did have a significant impact on African Americans, particularly the majority who lived in the South. The war years coincided with the Great Migration, one of the largest internal movements of people in American history.
Articles on World War One - British Library
Explore articles about World War One, written by leading experts. Themes of the articles are: Civilians, Historical debates, Life as a soldier, Origins outbreak and conclusions, Propaganda, Race empire and colonial troops.
Primary Source Items from World War One - British Library
Discover World War One historical sources from both sides of the conflict, contributed by institutions from across Europe.
Treaty of Versailles June 28, 1919
from the Avalon Project at Yale University