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Pf bach quand madelon. Femchamp. Affiches de la première guerre mondiale. Femmes. Femmes3. Or. Socgenerale. Box96item186. Valse. Huns. Pf montehus butte rouge la. 14-18, une guerre photographique. Usine2. Usine. -Un Long Dimanche De Fiançailles- Attaque Française 2. Champs. Le film - La Vie et rien d’autre - Mag Film - Centre National de Documentation Pédagogique. Le film La vie et rien d’autre de Bertrand Tavernier, 1989.© Active International Europe Fiche technique Un film de Bertrand Tavernier (1989), scénario de Jean Cosmos et Bertrand Tavernier, avec Philippe Noiret (le commandant Dellaplane), Sabine Azéma (Irène), Pascale Vignal (Alice).2 heures Présentation Dans la France de 1920, victorieuse mais ravagée, la guerre n’est pas qu’un souvenir pour celles et ceux qui recherchent encore un proche disparu.

Le film - La Vie et rien d’autre - Mag Film - Centre National de Documentation Pédagogique

Synopsis 1920 : dans une France toujours partagée entre l’euphorie de la victoire, le deuil et les difficultés de l’immense chantier de la reconstruction, deux femmes recherchent un proche disparu tandis que les autorités militaires partent, elles, en quête de celui qui deviendra le soldat inconnu. La vie et rien d autre. World War I Unknown. Les principales phases de la Première Guerre mondiale. World War I. Early 20th Century 1901 - 1918. War neuroses youtube. World war 1. Treaty of Versailles (End of World War I) - Free Powerpoints. World War I Lesson Plans. GCSE History: The Great War. GCSE History: The Great War Transform your history classroom.

GCSE History: The Great War

ActiveHistory provides entertaining, educational award-winning interactive simulations, decision-making games, self-marking quizzes, high-quality worksheets and detailed lesson plans for teachers and students. Useful Links Home of the "Head to Head"Virtual Interviews Testimonials from subscribers 'Active history engages pupils of all ability levels. Melanie Millington (Aston Fields Middle School) 'The students love the 'talking heads'! Alan Rawcliffe. GCSE History: Causes of World War One. GCSE History: Causes of World War One Transform your history classroom.

GCSE History: Causes of World War One

ActiveHistory provides entertaining, educational award-winning interactive simulations, decision-making games, self-marking quizzes, high-quality worksheets and detailed lesson plans for teachers and students. Useful Links Home of the "Head to Head"Virtual Interviews Testimonials from subscribers 'Active History is a gold mine of great ideas and activities. Carolyn Stammers, South Wiltshire Grammar School for Girls. History - World Wars: Animated Map: The Western Front, 1914 - 1918. The Causes and Effects That Led to World War I. Sep 22, 2014 100 summers ago the countries of Europe collapsed quickly into war: it was sudden but also strangely inevitable.

The Causes and Effects That Led to World War I

Countless books have been written since about the causes of The Great War, but in this video essay, delve.tv offers an alternative history. By tracing the story backwards in time, they stumble upon a very unexpected cause and discover that sometimes the most harmless of things can have terrible consequences. Story Design & Direction: Adam Westbrook Additional Photography: Brett Walsh Animation: Adam Westbrook. World War One - What is a Trench? Trench warfare characterised much of the fighting during World War One, particularly along the Western Front.

World War One - What is a Trench?

Trench systems were complicated with many interlinking lines of trenches. Front Line Trench Cross Section Artillery Line The artillery line was where the big field guns were located. History - World War One Centenary - WW1 1914-1918. Faculty of Arts, Monash University. Why our WWI casualty number are wrong. Illustration: John Spooner Search for details of Australia’s dead and wounded in the First World War and the figures thrown up are remarkably similar: of the 331,000 men who embarked from Australia with the Australian Imperial Force (AIF), 60,000 were killed and there were 155,000 admissions for wounding.

Why our WWI casualty number are wrong

The Great War . Resources . WWI Casualties and Deaths. World War I. Première Guerre mondiale. U.S. enters World War I — History.com This Day in History — 4/6/1917. Apr 6, 1917: On April 6, 1917, two days after the U.S.

U.S. enters World War I — History.com This Day in History — 4/6/1917

Senate votes 82 to 6 to declare war against Germany, the U.S. House of Representatives endorses the decision by a vote of 373 to 50, and the United States formally enters the First World War. When World War I erupted in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson pledged neutrality for the United States, a position favored by the vast majority of Americans. Britain, however, was one of America's closest trading partners, and tension soon arose between the United States and Germany over the latter's attempted quarantine of the British Isles. Christmas Truce of 1914 - World War I. Starting on Christmas Eve, many German and British troops sang Christmas carols to each other across the lines, and at certain points the Allied soldiers even heard brass bands joining the Germans in their joyous singing.

Christmas Truce of 1914 - World War I

At the first light of dawn on Christmas Day, some German soldiers emerged from their trenches and approached the Allied lines across no-man’s-land, calling out “Merry Christmas” in their enemies’ native tongues. At first, the Allied soldiers feared it was a trick, but seeing the Germans unarmed they climbed out of their trenches and shook hands with the enemy soldiers. The men exchanged presents of cigarettes and plum puddings and sang carols and songs. There was even a documented case of soldiers from opposing sides playing a good-natured game of soccer. Some soldiers used this short-lived ceasefire for a more somber task: the retrieval of the bodies of fellow combatants who had fallen within the no-man’s land between the lines.

World War One. Bataille de la Somme 1. Gallica - La première guerre mondiale. La Grande Collecte – Europeana 1914 -1918. Du 9 au 16 novembre 2013 Dans le cadre de la commémoration du centenaire de la Première Guerre mondiale, l’opération de collecte, lancée par Europeana (bibliothèque numérique européenne) vise à numériser le plus grand nombre d'objets relatifs à la Grande guerre.

La Grande Collecte – Europeana 1914 -1918

La Bibliothèque nationale de France, ainsi que les autres lieux partenaires, vous invitent à apporter documents et objets datant de cette période afin de les numériser et de les partager ensuite dans Europeana. À la BnF, l'opération se déroulera les 14, 15 et 16 novembre sur les sites suivants : Site François-Mitterrand - Hall Ouest – Quai François Mauriac – 75013 Paris De 10h à 19h30. Vous pourrez assister à la numérisation de vos documents par petits groupes ou visiter une exposition durant la reproduction en atelier.Centre technique – Parc Gustave Eiffel – 77 607 Bussy-Saint-Georges De 10h à 19h30.Centre de Conservation Joël Le Theule – Le château – 72300 Sablé-sur-Sarthe À partir de 10h.

La Grande Guerre en dessins, des artistes pendant la premiere guerre mondiale 14-18. 1914 : LES ÉTINCELLES DE LA GUERRE. L’argot de la guerre. « Les fusillés de la Grande Guerre » - Pour mémoire - CNDP. Nous proposons dans ce dossier de revenir sur un phénomène tragique qui a traversé la Grande Guerre de part en part, touché tous les États belligérants, tous les fronts, dès les premiers jours de la guerre et posé aux autorités tant militaires que politiques des questions portant sur leur fonctionnement, leur finalité, leur existence même, puisqu’il s’agit de réfléchir sur la question de l’exécution de soldats au sein de leur propre armée.

« Les fusillés de la Grande Guerre » - Pour mémoire - CNDP

Nous centrons le propos sur le cas français, non qu’il soit plus important que les autres, mais parce que les sources et l’historiographie dont nous disposons permettent de construire un discours véritablement problématisé et de livrer des conclusions tangibles. D’autre part, la figure du fusillé a opéré un retour en force dans l’actualité, dans les champs mémoriels, dans les débats politiques au point de prendre une place peut-être démesurée face au nombre réel de cas. Microsoft Word - Oeuvre La guerre - 3e-Otto-Dix-La-Guerre1.pdf. First World War internment camps a dark chapter in Canadian history. Though the main battles of the First World War were fought across the ocean, back in Canada, there were prisoners and casualties of another kind.

In 1914, immigrants from Austria-Hungary, Germany and the other Central Powers were rounded up and locked away in internment camps. More than 8,000 people who considered themselves Canadian were imprisoned for being “enemy aliens.” For many, it’s a dark secret. It wasn’t until Jerry Bayrak was in his 70s that he first learned of his family’s past. Like most of those in the camps, his family was Ukrainian. First World War.com - A Multimedia History of World War One. Untold Stories of the First World War. Photos, letters and other memorabilia It was the war that tore Europe apart – a struggle between the central powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria, against the allied powers of Britain, France, Belgium, Russia, Italy and the USA. No European nation was left untouched – even neutral states felt the impact of the war.

But it was the ordinary men and women who were affected the most. This exhibition gives those personal accounts from across Europe for the first time, based on stories and items contributed by the public. Renowned historian and WW1 author Peter Englund said: “This important and imaginative project tells the other side of the story, from the point of view of a young soldier who signed up seeking adventure, to the family devastated by news that he was one of millions who would never return. Première guerre mondiale. World War One main page. World War I (1914–1919): Overview. World War I took place between 1914 and 1918. Although the conflict began in Europe, it ultimately involved countries as far away as the United States and Japan. At the time, the English-speaking world knew it as the “Great War”—the term “World War I” was applied decades later. Historians still actively disagree over the fundamental causes of the war.

The period leading up to the war was a complex tangle of diplomacy and political maneuvering—many countries debated over strategies and alliances until nearly the last minute—and the first few weeks of the conflict were similarly chaotic and confusing. However, historians agree nearly unanimously about the war’s consequences: World War I led almost directly to World War II and set the stage for many other important events in the twentieth century. Political tensions ran high in early twentieth-century Europe.

At the same time, technological and industrial developments in Europe were advancing with unprecedented speed. World War One. Chronologie de la guerre de 1914-1918. La Grande Guerre Les députés « protestataires » d'Alsace-Lorraine La loi des Trois ans (7 août 1913) Francetvéducation : La guerre de 1914-1918. La guerre de 14-18. Mémoire des hommes. Histoires inédites et histoires officielles de la Première Guerre mondiale.

Le quotidien sur le front de l'ouest. Portail officiel du centenaire de la Première Guerre mondiale. Grand Mémorial / Généalogie. Autour de la Grande Guerre. HistoryOnTheNet. Portail:Première Guerre mondiale. Première Guerre mondiale. 1914 - Mobilisation allemande. Guerre de tranchées.

Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. BnF - Expositions virtuelles. Première guerre mondiale. Chronologie de la première Guerre mondiale. Des décorations et des archives. Les soldats de la Grande Guerre et les civils ont été abondamment décorés pendant et après la Première Guerre mondiale. Des sites internet permettent de reconnaître les différentes décorations et de découvrir leur histoire, les critères d’attribution et leurs caractéristiques matérielles : Ordres, décorations et médailles (1914-1918) et France Phaleristique. En revanche, on sait moins que l’attribution de décorations a généré des archives, qui peuvent s’avérer très utiles pour les recherches familiales et historiques.

World War One. WW1. World war 1. Ina - Les Jalons de la Première Guerre mondiale. L’Ina a développé, avec le concours du Ministère de l’Education Nationale, un site éducatif de référence Jalons pour l’histoire du temps présent qui propose de découvrir et décrypter à travers 1500 documents provenant des archives de la radio, de la presse filmée et de la télévision, l’histoire du monde contemporain depuis 1914. La sélection des films portant sur la Première Guerre mondiale a été faite majoritairement au sein des fonds Pathé et Gaumont. Elle s’est donnée comme objectif d'illustrer plusieurs dimensions du conflit, conformément à l'approche développée dans le cadre des programmes de troisième et de première. La première guerre mondiale : suivre l'actualité des ressources pédagogiques.

WW1. Trench Warfare in World War I Was a Smarter Strategy Than You Realize. First World War. World war 1. BBC Schools - Life in the trenches. 31 October 2014Last updated at 15:07 Two British soldiers standing in a flooded communication trench during World War One On the Western Front, the war was fought in trenches. Trenches were long, narrow ditches dug into the ground where soldiers lived all day and night. There were many lines of German trenches on one side and many lines of Allied trenches on the other. In the middle, was no man's land, so-called because it did not belong to either army. Rest Soldiers in the trenches did not get much sleep. Causes of World War I. Germany, France, Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Britain attempting to keep the lid on the simmering cauldron of imperialist and nationalist tensions in the Balkans to prevent a general European war.

They were successful in 1912 and 1913, but did not succeed in 1914. The crisis came after a long and difficult series of diplomatic clashes between the Great Powers (Italy, France, Germany, Britain, Austria-Hungary and Russia) over European and colonial issues in the decade before 1914 that had left tensions high. In turn these diplomatic clashes can be traced to changes in the balance of power in Europe since 1867.[2] The more immediate cause for the war was tensions over territory in the Balkans. Austria-Hungary competed with Serbia and Russia for territory and influence in the region and they pulled the rest of the Great Powers into the conflict through their various alliances and treaties. Background "Moltke described to me his opinion of our military situation. Domestic political factors. Front Line: Life in the Trenches of WWI.

If you were a soldier fighting in the First World War, what would you see? What would you hear? With only 20 WWI veterans left in the world, fewer and fewer people are able to answer these questions with certainty. For everyone else, there's Front Line. First World War.com - A Multimedia History of World War One. In the trenches of 1914-1918. What were the trenches? Although most of us think primarily of the Great War in terms of life and death in the trenches, only a relatively small proportion of the army actually served there.

The trenches were the front lines, the most dangerous places. But behind them was a mass of supply lines, training establishments, stores, workshops, headquarters and all the other elements of the 1914-1918 system of war, in which the majority of troops were employed. The trenches were the domain of the infantry, with the supporting arms of the mortars and machine-guns, the engineers and the forward positions of the artillery observers. Life in the Trenches. Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front.

Undoubtedly, it was entirely unexpected for those eager thousands who signed up for war in August 1914. A War of Movement? Indeed, the Great War - a phrase coined even before it had begun - was expected to be a relatively short affair and, as with most wars, one of great movement. First World War: Trench Warfare. The Battle of Verdun. WORLD WAR ONE TRENCH WARFARE. The failure of the Schlieffen Plan. Life In The Trenches. There was nothing glamorous about trench life. World War 1 trenches were dirty, smelly and riddled with disease. For soldiers life in the trenches meant living in fear. In fear of diseases (like cholera and trench foot) and of course, the constant fear of enemy attack.

Trench warfare WW1 style is something all participating countries vowed never to repeat and the facts make it easy to see why. Illustrated trench scen. World war 1. A Multimedia History of World War One. With the 13th (Service) Battalion, Rifle Brigade on the Somme 1916. Operation War Diary. World War I, 1918-1942 : Europe plunges into War. You are the Fleet Admiral of the Navy in WWI what do you do?