Adam Matthew Education has just released their new online file, The First World War: Personal Experiences/, a collection of primary source materials drawn from around the world for those studying and researching the ‚ÄòGreat War.’
It’s composed of Individual Experiences, Trench Literature, and Images of War, and materials in the collection include: diaries and journals, letters, personal narratives and reminiscences, trench literature and soldiers’ journals, postcards, scrapbooks and albums, photographs and 360¬∞ views of personal items and objects, sketches and paintings, ephemera, sheet music, photographs, war art, cartoons and comics, propaganda and recruiting posters, and trench maps.
I’ll be doing a full review of the file in LJ soon, but in the meantime, you can try out the file for free.
Just go to: http://www.firstworldwar.amdigital.co.uk
and use these log-ins:
This trial is good through December 4th, so I hope you enjoy it till then. And thanks to Lauren Edwards of Adam Matthew Education for arranging this trial.
More as it happens,