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14-18, RTBF

This website, provided by the RTBF, is a multimedia resource on the First World War in Belgium. The website is available is French and English.

http://www.rtbf.be/14-18

  

The Belgian War Press

The Belgian War Press presents a digitized collection of over 100 Belgian newspapers which were written or distributed secretly during the First and Second World Wars. In addition, the website offers information on clandestine Belgian newspapers as well as on Belgian press censored during the First World War.

http://warpress.cegesoma.be/en

 

In Flanders Fields Museum, Ieper, Belgium

The museum’s website contains brief information on WWI in Flanders in French, Dutch, German and English, including a timeline, casualty database, short biographies and poems.

http://www.inflandersfields.be/

 

News of the Great War

A digital collection of press material published in Belgium during the First World War. Users can browse through 360,000 pages worth of trench papers, underground press, newspapers, magazines, pamphlets and leaflets.
 
https://hetarchief.be/en


Brussels at War 1914-1918, Archives de la Ville de Bruxelles

The occupation of Brussels during the First World War viewed through the documents of the Archives of the City of Brussels.

http://www.14-18.bruxelles.be/index.php/en/


Archives 14-18 en Wallonie, Belgian National Archives

A gateway to materials of the Wallon provinces of Belgium, including a small database of letters, photographs, posters, court records and more.

http://14-18-wallonie.arch.be/


Map of museums, cemeteries and other FWW-sites in northern France and Belgium, La Voix du Nord

La Voix du Nord provides an interactive map of museums, cemeteries and other sites in northern France and Belgium. Thousands of places are listed with descriptions, addresses, contacts and opening times.

http://www.lavoixdunord.fr/482263/article/2018-11-05/decouvrez-la-carte-des-cimetieres-musees-et-sites-remarquables-lies-la-grande


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