McMaster University - Mills Memorial Library
The collection consists of posters issued by the following British organizations : Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London; Parliamentary War Savings Committee; National War Savings Committee; Joint Labour Recruiting Committee; Ministry of National Service; Navy; Imperial Maritime League; City of London; and Blue Cross fund. The collection also contains posters issued by the governments of Canada (includes Canadian Victory Bonds), France, United States and Germany. There are a large number of posters from Louvain, Belgium. There are also several posters issued by German occupying forces in France and Belgium and the British occupying forces in Germany
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Two cartoon books with German caricatures and propaganda about the French and one cartoon book in color of caricatures and propaganda of Germans by the French related to World War I.
US Army Heritage and Education Center
National Library of Australia
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Album of photographs of a German prison camp (Gefangenenlager Puchheim) near Puchheim, Germany during the first World War, 1914-1918. Photographs show French and Russian prisoners of war performing their daily routines; washing; shaving; roll-call; preparing meals and doing laundry. Includes views of inmates weaving straw, painting; playing games similar to Bingo and shopping. Many group portraits
Tennessee State Library and Archives
This Model 98/05 bayonet with scabbard and frog, was brought back as a souvenir by Pvt. Robert William Scollon, 15th U.S. Engineer Regt. Commonly called a "butcher blade" this model was the standard bayonet for the German Army during World War, 1914-1918. There is a small cryptic mark on the proper left ricasso
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Black and silver cross pattee-shaped iron medal. The medal is semi-domed with pin-back, which identifies it as a copy. The original Iron Crosses were flat. Marked on top arm of the cross is the Imperial crown; the middle is marked "W" for Wilhelm; and the bottom arm is marked 1914. The reverse is hallmarked 800. The Iron Cross began as a military medal for valor in 1813 and was unique to Prussia. By World War 1914-1918 it was considered a generic German award for valor