Our many achievements on the battlefields of Europe were capped by a three-month stretch of victories at the end of the war – August 8th to November 11th, 1918 – that came to be known as "Canada's Hundred Days".
This interactive map is a composite of many maps tiled together create a larger image. The original maps were produced by the British Ordnance Survey in the years just prior to the outbreak of the First World War (1912-1914).
This memorial stands as a tribute to all who served their country in battle during the First World War and particularly to those who gave their lives. This site offers a virtual tour of the monument and a series of historical slideshows, so be sure to check out the multimedia link.
Take a look at some of the war posters created in Canada during the First and Second World War. You can also read the Introduction to learn more about the theory and implementation of war posters. Search the artist index to see the posters for yourself.
This wonderful interactive allows students to virtually experience the Canadian National Vimy Memorial. Explore the monument through 48 animated sequences or by using the sections on the left. Video, audio and beautiful images make for a dramatic presentation.
This exhibition illustrates the many roles that Canadian men and women played during the First World War. Read biographies and learn about the roles of Canadians in key battles as well as how some served at home.
This is a commemorative website created by Postmedia, filled with various features about WWI including images and stories. It is "a journey through those years, with images and stories from the home front and the front lines of battle."