First World War – References

There are a great number of people that we would like to thank and recognise for their contributions to this online resource. Without their expertise and knowledge, this content would not be as extensive as it is. Never Such Innocence would like to thank the following people and organisations for their kind contribution to and assistance in developing this resource:

National Army Museum 

Naval Historical Branch

Dr Vivien Newman

New Zealand High Commission 

Dr Jennifer Novotny

Harry Oates

Dr John Patterson

Peace Pledge Union

Katya Rogatchevskaia

The Royal British Legion 

Dr Anne Samson

Professor Ingrid Sharp

Dr Gary Sheffield

Dan Snow

Snowdonia National Park

Jack Sowry

Dr Martin Stephen

Professor David Stevenson

Sir Hew Strachan DL

Marianne Taylor

Matthew Tonks

Nathalie Trouveroy

Alison Truphet

Lukas Van Damme
Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge

Prof Vlasis Vlasidis

Mark Warby

We Were There Too: London Jews in the First World War

Caroline Wilkes

Yasmin Winsdale

World War One Centennial Commission

WW100 Scotland 

WW100 New Zealand 

13 Hundred Creative Partners 

14-18 NOW 

Air Historical Branch

An Lanntair

Megan Barrett

Daniel Barry

Matthieu Baumgartner

Lynette Beardwood

Mel Bradley

Kate Brett

Britannica Digital Learning 

Cavell Nurses Trust 

The Cartoon Museum 

Changing Faces 

Combat Stress 

Commonwealth War Graves Commission 

Sebastian Cox

The Curzon Institute 

Dr Santanu Das

Dan Dayton

Katherine Diamond

Joke Dieryckx

Boris Dralyuk

English Heritage

Far From the Western Front

First Aid Nursing Yeomanry

Great War Africa Association

Professor Laurence Grove

Eleanor Harding

Historical Association
Imperial War Museum 

Francis Ledwidge Museum

Paula Kitching

Dr Megan Leyland

Alan Lywd

Dr Edward Madigan

Tom McGarry

Jan Melichar

Below are websites and publications used to research and collate information for the Never Such Innocence resource:

Adams, Simon.(2014) Eyewitness World War I, Dorling Kindersley World War I London: DK Publishing Inc.

African women in war: World War 1: National Army Museum

Alpha History, The Russian Revolution

Australian War Memorial

African Research Institute

Anzacs, Gallipoli and the Anzacs:

Anzac Centenary, Women and the First World War

BBC Bitesize, Ear of the Great War (Scotland)

BBC iWonder

BBC News

BBC Wales History

BBC, World War One

Black History Month

Britannica, World War I

British Red Cross, Museum and archives

Brocklehurst, R. (2007) The Usborne Introductionto the First World War, London: Usborne Publishing Limited.

Canadian Soldiers

Canadian War Museum

Chilvers, I. (ed.) (2009) The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists, Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Commonwealth of Australia, WWI Gallipoli

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Das, S. (2015) Responses to the War (India),International Encyclopaedia of the First World War http://encyclopedia.1914–

Economist, China and the First World War (blog)

Education Scotland, Impact of the Great War, 1914-1928

Farquharson-Roberts , M. (2014) A History of the Royal Navy: World War I, London: I B Taurus.

First World War

First World War 1914–18, Australian War Memorial

Gayford, T. (2014) Black Comedy: cartoons in theFirst World War

Glasgow Digital Library, Clydeside rent strikes 1915-16

Glasgow University’s Great War Project

Hislop, I. (2013) The Wipers Times:Ian Hislop on the wartime newspaper that laughed in the face of death.

History, World War I

History Learning Site, World War One

Imperial War Museum

International Encyclopedia of the First World War


Isle of Man Government, World War One Commemoration

Jersey Government, WWI Commemoration

Kennedy, Rosalind. (2014) The Children’s War: Britain, 1914–1918, Palgrave Macmillan.

Kimmelman, Michael. (2013) In a RediscoveredTrove of Art, a Triumph Over the Nazis’ Will, The New York Times.

Living Heritage

Millman, B. (2000) Managing Domestic Dissent in First World War Britain, Abingdon: Routledge.

Murray, R. [essay] INTO THE SILENT FUNERAL –the Iolaire Disaster.

National Archives, First World War

National Center for Biotechnology Information

National Gallery of Australia

New Zealand History

New Zealand at War

Ngā Tapuwae

NHS (2013) ‘Post-traumatic stress disorder(PTSD)’

North, J. (2012) An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Uniforms of World War I Wigston: Lorenz Books.

Omissi, D. (2011) India and the Western Front

20th & 21st Century Migrations, 1900-2000

Parks, E. (1992) Die Aix: God Help Us: The Guernseymen Who Marched Away 1914–1918,

Guernsey Museum Monograph.

Redford, D. & Grove, P. (2014) The Royal Navy: A History Since 1900, London: I B Taurus

Ronayne, I. (2009) Ours: The Jersey Pals in the First World War, The History Press.

Royal Air Force

Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales

Royal Museum Greenwich

Royal Pavilion, WW1 and the Royal Pavilion

Science Museum

Spark Notes, World War I (1914–1918)

Spartacus, The First World War

The Anzac Portal

The Commonwealth Contribution

The British Library

The First World War, The Returned and Services League of Australia New South Wales Branch

The Gazette, Official Public Record

The Great War 1914–1918

The use of flights in the African campaign of World War 1: Dr Anne Samson

The Walter Tull Story

University of Oxford, Commonwealth Cemeteries of World War I

UK Government (2013) ‘Commonwealth contribution to First World War to be commemorated’

Veterans Affairs Canada

Van Emden, Richard. (2012) Boy Soldiers of the Great War: their own stories for the first time, Bloomsbury.

War History Online

West India Committee

West, M. (1986) Island At War, The remarkable role played by the small Manx nation in the Great War 1914–18, Western Books.

World War One Battlefields

World War One, State Library New South Wales–1918, The Long, Long Trail

14–18 NOW

Commissioned by 14–18 NOW, WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, in association the Cartoon Museum and BBC Radio 4. 12 contemporary cartoonists and graphic artists respond to items of news and reportage from 1914, to accompany the radio series, 1914: Day by Day presented by Margaret MacMillan.

NSI has done its best to ensure that all imagery and content has been appropriately sourced, if there are any inadvertent omissions we apologise to those concerned and ask that you contact us so that we can make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.