Creative photography and colourisation on Nick Stone’s site.
Toby Webster marries the emotive literature of the time with his unsurpassable images of Mametz Wood and the Somme.
Excellent “colourised” photos here on the French site Couleurs du Passe.
More fine examples at World War One Color Photos
I really enjoy this sort of thing. “Then and Now” photographs at the Guardian.
Photos of a room belonging to a French soldier which has been left unchanged since his death.
McMaster University California online trench map archive. A great place for trench spotters.
Brilliant collection of WW1 art brought together on Weimar Art blogspot. Artists include John Singer Sargent, Otto Dix and and a favourite of mine from his peace time work – Felix Valloton.
Oxford University First world War Digital Archive collection.
Definitive Female Poets in the First World War blog.
Quite superb collection of books and jackets at greatwardustjackets.co.uk
RESEARCH AND DISCUSSION WEBSITES
Expert and researcher Chris Baker‘s The Long Long Trail. Everything you need to know about WW1.
Historians and Battlefield Experts:
Paul Reed‘s blog Out of Battle.
Jeremy Banning‘s well crafted website.
A plethora of expertise and fascinating discussions on the Great War Forum. A few prickly laptop Generals, but predominantly some very generous and knowledgeable people happy to answer the most obscure questions.
Superbly researched website largely about the Welsh 53rd Division’s stay in Bedford and their relationship with the people of the town. Has provided me with some wonderful detail and some all important dates.
Manor Farm Zillebeke
A labour of love by the Coene family who live at Manor Farm close to the site where Bertie was killed. With in depth research it focuses on the 154th Siege Battery, and honours the men who endured life through the war while living on their farm.
Interesting Italian website: World War 1 Bridges.
Official French Centenary website.
“The news as it happened 100 years ago” at WW1 Covered Live
Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum based at Caernarfon Castle.
RWF Flickr page.
Collection of 1/1st Welsh Heavy Battery photos belonging to Morris Hughes at the People’s Collection Wales.