Additional resources that can be used to supplement this module:

This web site is a fantastic resource which has links to anything and everything you could want to know about WWI.  It is well-organized, and has a tremendous amount of primary source documents.  The web site,, is a truly comprehensive resource that should be included when examining this time period.

This archive of primary documents from World War One has been assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List (WWI-L). International in focus, the archive intends to present in one location primary documents concerning the Great War. -

This web site,, is an excellent resource that has compiled an extensive list of web sites, information and web quests that would add to any unit on WWI.

For a deeper look into how American and British propaganda effected America’s German population during WWI, the article “Sly Indoctrination: British and American Propaganda in World War I and Its Effects on America’s German Element,” by Elizabeth Ortel would be a great resource to utilize.  It can be found at

The article, “Jingoism and Propaganda World War One and Acrobatic Truths” is another resource that could be used to delve into the British perspective on World War I more deeply.  This article can be located at the following web site, which is part of a larger web site called “Timegun travels: two Eddies:”

For more information on propaganda,, has a detailed list of web sites, teacher resources, and recommended books and DVDs, that would aid in developing a comprehensive look at this subject.

To incorporate Canada into this lesson, the web site,, provides a wonderful selection of posters and information about how Canada was involved in the war effort during this time period.

The web site,, has a wealth of posters from WWI that would be beneficial for students to explore to enhance this type of lesson.