World War I in 6 Minutes
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Explore stories, films and historical material about the First World War and contribute your own family history. Europeana 1914-1918 mixes resources from libraries and archives across the globe with memories and memorabilia from families throughout Europe.
Children couldn’t afford liberty bonds, but to encourage them to support the war, the government sold war savings stamps worth 10 cents and 25 cents. Like war bonds, the stamps paid interest. In this poster, Uncle Sam teaches children a lesson not only about patriotism but about the importance of saving. (Poster by: James Montgomery Flagg ; American Lithographic Co., N.Y. 1917.)
So, we've got a handle on World War I, but what about World War II?
Here's a timeline of events leading up to World War II.