|WORLD WAR ONE LINKS|
|www.cwgc.org Commonwealth War Graves Commision
This is the first place to look for known war dead.
www.poppyscotland.org.uk. The Earl Haig Fund
www.poppy.org.uk The Royal British Legion homepage
Hellfire corner One of the most famous site on the web.
www.friendsoflochnagar.co.uk 'Lochnagar memorial', the vast hole left when 60,000lbs of ammonal began the Somme battle.
BUBLLINK. WW1 Sites Listed
The Cross at the Front. Personal account of the war.
www.forvalour.com William Angus is among the astonishing number of
Lanarkshire VC's found at this site. MUST SEE SITE!
Kilwinning Memorial site. Memorial that typifies many throughout the land.
www.scotsatwar.org.uk A site for anyone interested in Scottish soldiers, and the Scots people in any war. MUST SEE SITE!
www.lib.byu.edu/~rdh/wwi WW1 Documents available here. Great Photos on show also. Excellent!
www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/ww1.htm Documents of WW1.
www.iwm.org.uk Imperial War Museum Site.
http://battlefields1418.50megs.com/links.htm Links to other WW1 sites.
Scottish Military History Discussion pages. Many queries explored here.
The excellent West Calder site. A typical Scots mining town. James Boyd came from here.
Wonderful war memorial page.
Grimsby Chums. These men fought alongside the 16th Royal Scots at the Somme.
The Great War. Great War site.
An Unfortunate Region. The site of the war
History of WW1. Links to various relevant sites.
History of the Victoria Cross.
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
10th (Irish) Division
|The type of emotional blackmail which footballers faced. Right until the men of the Heart of Midlothian, Raith, Hibernian, Falkirk and others joined 'McCraes Battalion.'|